Freedom of information response

Removal of Trees

Publication date: 
Wednesday 11 September 2019
Request: 

Please could you inform me how many trees within your Borough/City/Council area have been removed/chopped down in the past five years?

Response: 

1 March 2015-1 March 2016 = 87 trees felled

1 March 2016-1 March 2017 = 75 trees felled

1 March 2017-1 March 2018 = 57 trees felled

1 March 2018-1 March 2019 = 53 trees felled

1 March 2019-5 August 2019 =  27 trees felled

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Request reference:
FOI 9321