Up to 300 Sheffield trees could be saved from axe in council ‘compromise’

Up to 300 trees that had been due to be felled in Sheffield may now be saved from the axe as part of a council “compromise” plan, it can be revealed.
Writing in The Yorkshire Post today, Lewis Dagnall, cabinet member for environment and streetscene at the council, said the authority’s contractor Amey is looking at ways to save as many of those trees as possible as part of a review of the way work is carried out.

Read more at: https://www.yorkshirepost.co.uk/news/up-to-300-sheffield-trees-could-be-saved-from-axe-in-council-compromise-1-9246546

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