Wouldn’t it be great to increase the number of trees in your area? Well now you can! Thanks to the great work of Bristol’s TreeForum and the late Councillor Ron Stone, you can now propose locations for new trees to be planted on public land. These could be on a street, in a car park, on a verge, in parks and pretty much anywhere else there is publicly managed land (usually this is Council land). Plus the process has been made as simple as possible too to encourage as many suggestions, and subsequent trees, as possible.

So why not reduce the impact of air pollution and noise whilst making your area greener and a generally nicer place to live! There are two key ways to get it done: Firstly with your own money, and secondly with funding from the Neighbourhood Partnerships. We at Bishopston & Ashley Down Labour are very keen to hear your thoughts on where tree should be planted, and we’d be very happy to work with you through the application and approvals process, just let us know!

Check out the website below for details on how to get involved, and if you do want to propose anything please do get in touch with us, we’ll be more than happy to help you with the process. http://www.euronova.co.uk/Tree_Champions_Page.htm


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