Your trees

As with all trees, eventually your trees will need some maintenance. Before you commission any work on a tree that you own or is on your property please ensure that the tree is not a protected tree through a Tree Preservation Order (TPO), use the...

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Information for developers

An arboricultural implication study is also known as:  Arboricultural Impact Assessment, Arboricultural Implication Assessment, Arboricultural Impact Appraisal, Pre-Development Assessment. An Arboricultural Implication Study (AIS)  is a type of...

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Street Trees

  Trees growing in pavements and on grass verges at the sides of the roads, within Hyndburn, are owned by Lancashire County Council. They are however inspected and maintained by Hyndburn Borough Council. For further advice please contact the...

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Trees in Parks and Open Spaces

  Trees are an important resource to the borough, improving air quality, providing a habitat for wildlife and improving the appearance of both the urban and rural environment. The council manages a large number of trees on council owned...

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Tree Management

Tree Management Within Hyndburn Within Tree Management, you will find details relating to the protection of trees through Tree Preservation Orders and Conservation Areas, information relating to trees on council property and information and...

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