The Cheshire West and Chester Tree and Woodland Strategy is now available for consultation.
Trees and woodlands in Cheshire West and Chester help to create a quality of place and life that attracts people to live, study, visit and work in the area.
As part of our green infrastructure, trees provide the backdrop for our towns and city.
Our trees and woodlands are an essential feature of the Cheshire landscape with the "story of the place" intimately linked to the historic forests of Modrum and Mora that once covered the area.
The Strategy and information on how you can make comments is available online from this link;
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