This Landscape Advice Note provides an overview of the statutory protection measures associated with trees.
This Landscape Advice Note looks at how dead wood can be integrated in the presentation of historic parks and gardens that is: in keeping with the aesthetics of the landscape design; and beneficial for wildlife. The Note also briefly considers duties of care to people, property and livestock.
Next to buildings, trees are usually the largest and most prominent feature in any landscape – rural or urban. This document sets out the policy for tree management on English Heritage properties.
The Trust owns around 250,000 hectares of land in England, Wales and Northern Ireland and cares for millions of trees. These are highly valued for their natural beauty, the wildlife they support, and their importance in the landscape.
TDAG brings together a pioneering group of individuals, professionals and organisations from wide ranging disciples in both the public and private sectors to increase awareness of the role of trees in the built environment.
Tools for assessing and managing community forests, providing urban forestry analysis and benefit assessment tools