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Information on our routine inspections and maintenance of trees, planting policy and how we deal with requests to remove or prune trees in South Gloucestershire
Advice and guidance on trees and how to report a problem with a tree.
Ash dieback is a fungal disease that kills ash trees. It is spreading throughout the UK and has been found in South Gloucestershire.
Important trees are protected by Tree Preservation Orders, which means that only in exceptional cases can works to a tree take place.
Trees are covered under the planning process even if they are not in a conservation area or do not have a tree preservation order (TPO).
Damage to tree roots can be avoided if contractors carry out any works carefully.
What to do if you feel a neighbouring hedge is too high and interfering with the reasonable enjoyment of your house and garden
Trees on private land often don't require planning permission for works on them.
We are holding our first Tree Week between 23 November and 1 December 2019.
We run a grant scheme for tree works.
Safeguarding trees on land proposed for development.
Orchards contribute to biodiversity, landscape character and local distinctiveness.
You can dedicate a tree to commemorate a birth, birthday, bereavement, anniversary, wedding or special occasion.