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Trees in the City

Trees in the City

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Published by Phyllis Stephen
Consultation by Edinburgh Council on the management of trees within the city
Consultation by Edinburgh Council on the management of trees within the city

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Published by: Phyllis Stephen on Aug 05, 2013
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Trees in the City 
Trees & Woodlands Action Plan
 
Trees in the City –
Trees & Woodlands Action Plan
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Trees in the City 
 This is a consultative draft and comments from all interested parties are invited.
How and when to make comments on this draft action plan:
 You can make comments at any time between 17 June 2013 and23 September 2013. You can make comments:By e-mail to:
forestry.service@edinburgh.gov.uk
In writing to:Forestry Service (consultation)Parks & GreenspaceCity of Edinburgh CouncilLevel C:3 Waverley Court4 East Market StreetEdinburgh EH8 8BG You can complete an on-line survey here:
https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/SSWHZQD
Please include your contact details if you require a response to your comments. This information will only be used for the purposes of the consultation. Detailswill not be passed on to other parties. You can also submit your commentsanonymously. The printing of hard copies of this document has been minimised to reducewaste, but a hard copy is available on request by e-mailing:forestry.service@edinburgh.gov.uk or by calling 0131 311 7074
Consultation questions
 You are welcome to make comment on any aspect of the draft document. The following questions are included as a guide only:
1. About the document in general:
a. Is it clear and understandable?b. Are you aware of any factual errors you want to bring to our attention?c. Is the approach of the document about right in general?
2. Do you support the balance that is struck between the value of treesand the risks and problems they may present?3. About the draft policies (section 4):
a. Are the policies clear?b. Are the policies reasonable?c. Is there any issue regarding trees that should have a policy that isn’tincluded in the draft?
 
Trees in the City –
Trees & Woodlands Action Plan
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4. About the Action plan (section 5):
a. Are the proposed actions appropriate?b. Do you agree with the priorities?c. Is there any important action or element missing?
What we will do with your comments.
 All comments received within the consultation period will be logged andacknowledged. Each comment will then be considered, and a draft responseproduced. This draft response will be either:
•aproposedamendmenttothedocumentor;•ashortstatementexplainingwhynoamendmentisproposed.
 The comments and the draft responses will be included in a report to the Transport and Environment Committee after the consultation period has closed. At this stage the comments and draft responses will be made public on theCouncil’s website.

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