Consultation About A Dying Tree on St. Quentin Drive outside 40 (our reference 12044827)

Closed 16 Sep 2022

Opened 26 Aug 2022

Feedback expected 23 Sep 2022

Results updated 22 Sep 2022

There were 3 responses to this consultation.  

100% agreement with fell.
100% agreement with replant location.
66.67% yes, 33.33 no, for replant species. 

Works to proceed as planned. 

Overview

A Malus sp (commonly known as a Crab Apple tree) has been identified on St. Quentin Drive outside 40 as dying.

An assessment carried out by our tree experts identified that the tree was a poor specimen and approximately 60-70% of the crown has been lost in recent winds.  The tree is therefore unsuitable for further retention.

Once removed, we propose to replace the tree with an Cercis siliquastrum (Judas Tree) in the same location as the original tree.

Why your views matter

The Sheffield Tree Partnership have developed the Sheffield Street Tree Partnership 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 strategy is available at: https://www.wildsheffield.com/getinvolved/sheffield-street-tree-partnership/street-tree-strategy/

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