Consultation About A Structurally Compromised Tree on Hangingwater Road first sycamore behind the wall uphill from Porter Bridge (our reference 12046006)

Closed 24 Oct 2022

Opened 30 Sep 2022

Results expected 28 Oct 2022

Feedback expected 4 Nov 2022

Overview

An Acer pseudoplatanus (commonly known as a Sycamore) has been identified Hangingwater Road uphill from Porter Bridge (first sycamore behind the wall, close to the road) as being Structurally Compromised. 

An assessment carried out by our tree experts noticed that the tree is a poor specimen, suppressed and structurally compromised by bark damage at approximately 5 metres.  The tree (and its cavity) is almost girdled and at an elevated risk of snapping here.  

Once removed, the tree will be replaced with a Cornus mas (Cornelian cherry dogwood), which will be planted in the verge outside 63 Northcote Road as the location of the original tree is unsuitable.

Why your views matter

The Sheffield Tree Partnership have developed the draft Sheffield Street Tree Partnership Working Strategy.  This sets out our commitment to explain to local residents the reasons behind decisions to remove trees, and provide the opportunity to challenge these decisions through an open and transparent process.

A copy of the draft strategy is available at: https://www.wildsheffield.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/FINAL-Sheffield-Street-Tree-Partnership-Working-Strategy-July-2020.pdf

What happens next

This consultation has now closed.

We will provide a summary of the results of the consultation on this page, and so watch this space.

Areas

  • All Areas

Audiences

  • Anyone from any background

Interests

  • Streets Ahead