To successfully manage trees in towns and plan for our future urban environment it is essential to know the current patterns of tree planting in built-up areas. To obtain this information the Department of the Environment commissioned a survey of trees in 66 towns and villages in England. The survey provides data on urban tree numbers, species, age, condition and management, and the relative contribution of public and privately owned trees to amenity. Survey results help to identify broad national trends and forecast their landscape impact. "Trees in Towns" is the summary report of this major survey and is the first in a new series on amenity tree research.
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