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Consultation Open 06 November 2023 to 22 December 2023

Nottingham Tree Strategy - Online Engagement

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The Urban Forest Strategy, Nottingham’s first trees and woodlands strategy, was published in 2012. Since then a lot has changed, Nottingham has signed the Tree Charter 2020, has declared a climate emergency in 2021, pledged to become Carbon Neutral by 2028 and has committed to plant 50,000 trees, so far planting 39,000.

Nottingham City Council’s Green Spaces and Natural Environment Team are seeking citizens to assist in the creation of the new strategy for the future of Nottingham’s trees and woodlands.

We want citizens and visitors to complete the online engagement so we can better understand how citizens value the city’s tree and woodlands. 

Please answer our short questionnaire titled 'Do we need trees?' by clicking a "take the survey" link found at both the top and bottom of this page and help us form the future of trees and woodlands in Nottingham. 

The survey is created in Microsoft Forms, which is compatible with screen readers, has a question reader function, and can be translated into other languages (see translation section). If you require a paper copy, large print or braille copy of the survey, or need help with translation into other languages, please email us on

The information provided will be assessed after the survey closes and we will let you know about the next steps with the strategy on this webpage. 

More information can be found about how we manage the City Council's trees and woodlands here: Tree Services - Nottingham City Council

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