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Street trees are a distinct component of urban forests and provide a wide range of social, environmental and economic benefits to communities. Forest Research investigated this amenity value. The team also assessed whether the laws and regulations that guide decisions to remove, retain, plant and exploit street trees take account of their value or the interests of all stakeholders.
Street trees in the built environment
Commissioned and funded by the Forestry Commission.
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