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Arboriculture News 24th April 2019
 

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Analysis
 
Will public pressure bring an end to the developer's practice of netting trees?
Will public pressure bring an end to the developer's practice of netting trees?
 
News
 
Minister warns developers of "further action" after tree netting outcry A Cabinet minister has urged homebuilders and other developers to net trees and hedges on development sites "only when appropriate". Minister warns developers of "further action" after tree netting outcry
 
 
Award of £4m to develop "nature-based solutions" to Manchester's climate threats A €4.56m (£3.9m) EU award is intended to kick-start investment leading to a 10% increase in Greater Manchester's green infrastructure, in order to address the impacts of a changing climate on the region. Award of £4m to develop "nature-based solutions" to Manchester's climate threats
 
 
Minister backs special forestry status for Northumberland Forestry minister David Rutley says he is "keen to explore" options for a Forestry Investment Zone (FIZ) in Northumberland, which backers say could deliver a step change in tree planting in northern England. Minister backs special forestry status for Northumberland
 
 
Housing association commits to community forest contribution National social housing provider Stonewater has partnered with the Community Forest Trust (CFT) to plant trees as it builds more affordable homes. Housing association commits to community forest contribution
 
 
Continental Landscapes Scotland wins £262,000 grounds maintenance contract Continental Landscapes Scotland has won a three-year grounds maintenance contract with Weslo Housing Management. Continental Landscapes Scotland wins £262,000 grounds maintenance contract
 
 
Town centre trees benefit from flexible paving Oxfordshire County Council has opted for flexible paving in order to preserve trees in central Banbury. Town centre trees benefit from flexible paving
 
 
Timberwolf expands chipper dealer network Professional wood chipper manufacturer Timberwolf has added two new regional dealers to its UK distribution and support network. Timberwolf expands chipper dealer network
 
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