Draft Tree Strategy 2014-2018 Consultation
Improving and protecting the borough's trees
Trees play an essential role providing a wide range of environmental, economic and social benefits that have a positive impact on the lives of those living and working in the urban environment, such as improvements in air quality.
We are committed to creating a greener, more sustainable environment for our residents and people who work in and visit the borough. Our revised draft tree strategy (PDF, 9KB) aims to build on the achievements of our Haringey Tree Strategy 2008 that was adopted in 2008.
Our draft strategy sets out our proposed approach for the future management and enhancement of the borough's trees, as well as providing guidance to others who also have a responsibility for trees in the borough.
Consultation on our Draft Tree Strategy 2014-2018 has now closed. Thank you to everyone who took part by completing a questionnaire, writing or emailing us with your views about improving and protecting the borough's trees.
Looking at what you told us, what you thought and the suggestions you made, will help us manage and enhance the borough's trees, as well as provide guidance to others who also have a responsibility for trees in the borough.
What happens next?
We will analyse all your responses and ensure that these are reported to decision makers. The results of the consultation will be published on the council meetings pages.
A final decision will be taken by the Lead Member for Environment in April 2015 and will be made available online shortly after.
Thank you once again for taking part in our consultation.