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Trees - management and preservation

Roadside trees The following pages provide information about trees in Southampton. There is information about council owned trees and privately owned trees. You can also find out about tree planting, the Trees for Life scheme and sponsoring a tree.

Tree team statistics for April 2012 to March 2013 are available.

Information about Ash dieback and Acute oak decline is available.

Council tree removal - 1 Oak tree opposite 478 Bursledon Road, this will be removed by 31st March 2014. This tree is in decline due to infection of a decay fungi (Ganoderma resinaceum). This tree will be replaced during the next planting season.

Downloadable documents

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PDF document Open spaces customer charter v3 54 KB 0secs @ 2Mbps
Link to download Adobe Acrobat if required

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