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Identify, report, prevent and minimise the introduction, spread and impacts of tree pests and diseases in the UK.
Order an official birth, marriage or death certificate from the General Register Office (GRO) if you need a copy or want to research your family tree
You may need to make a 'works to trees' application if they’re protected by a ‘tree preservation order’ (TPO) or you live in a conservation area.
To help protect Britain's trees and woodland, a felling licence from the Forestry Commission is required to fell most trees.
Tree health news is a quarterly newsletter with updates and insight on tree health.
Explains the legislation governing Tree Preservation Orders and tree protection in conservation areas.
Appeal against a tree preservation or replacement order decision - deadlines, how to appeal and how long it takes to get a decision
If you suspect anyone of cutting down trees without permission, you can report this to the Forestry Commission.…
This booklet tells you what you need to know about getting permission to fell any trees for yourself or for someone else.
What planning authorities should consider for developments affecting ancient woodland, ancient trees and veteran trees.…
These guides explain how to use the General Register Office when researching your family tree and family history.
Form for appeals against decisions issued by councils in respect of applications for consent to cut down or carry out work on a tree protected by a tree preservation order.
Use this form to apply for capital funding for urban tree planting and establishment under the Urban Tree Challenge Fund.
The Woodland Tree Health grant is part of Countryside Stewardship.
A landowner served with a tree replacement notice who opposes the notice.
Procedures for appeals against decisions issued by councils in respect of applications for consent to cut down or carry out work on a tree protected by a tree preservation order.
Guidance for Christmas tree traders explaining the rules on importing Christmas trees (cut and rooted) and their foliage of all firs, pines and spruces.
Use this form to notify the Forestry Commission that you are interested in applying for the Urban Tree Challenge Fund in year 2 of the fund (2020/2021).
Supplementary guidance for land managers who are responsible for individual and small groups of ash trees that are likely to be infected by ash dieback.
Procedures for appeals against tree replacement notices issued by councils.
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