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Arboriculture News 17th February 2019
 

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Five-figure fine for developer who removed trees without permission A Surrey local authority has successfully prosecuted a developer for removing trees in a conservation area without seeking its permission. Five-figure fine for developer who removed trees without permission
 
 
LTOA rejects Defra's "disproportionate" street tree protection plans The London Tree Officers Association has opposed the bulk of Government proposals intended to safeguard urban street trees in its submission to the consultation process. LTOA rejects Defra's "disproportionate" street tree protection plans
 
 
Better tree establishment among fund's research priorities Fund4Trees, the industry initiative to raise funds for applied arboricultural research, has set out what it sees as the main knowledge gaps affecting the industry in its first research strategy, published this week. Better tree establishment among fund's research priorities
 
 
Online guide launched to explain ancient woodland protection to planners The Royal Town Planning Institute (RTPI) has launched a new training tool for planners to help protect ancient woodlands and trees. Online guide launched to explain ancient woodland protection to planners
 
 
Street tree arisings "can have value as insulation material" Turning arisings from street tree pruning into insulation panels can contribute to a circular economy and help fund tree care, according to Italian researchers. Street tree arisings "can have value as insulation material"
 
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