Campaign leaflets

 
Save Sheffield Street Trees

This comprehensive 28-page booklet provides an excellent overview of all the issues covered throughout this website.

Note: the file is 6.6MB.


Save Our Street Trees poster

A simple A4 poster that can be put in a window facing the street.


Save Our Street Trees editable poster

An editable powerpoint version of the above A4 poster.  The street name and local contacts can be added.


 
Stop the Spin

This leaflet was produced for the ‘Stop the Spin’ event on 25 February 2017. It reacts to six commonly repeated and misleading stories from Sheffield City Council.

Background information here


 
Tree life expectancy

This leaflet addresses the misleading idea that Sheffield’s street trees are reaching the end of their natural life.  A handy table of the expected lifespan of commonly planted street trees is also included.


Tree FAQs leaflet

A leaflet produced in response to the questions most frequently asked by sceptical residents.


Top 10 tree benefits

An A5 leaflet (doubled up to get 2 on an A4 sheet) with useful information promoting the positive role of trees, with particular emphasis on the advantages of living with street trees.

Click here for references


Is your tree causing a nuisance?

Written by Ian Dalton, a London-based Tree Officer, this A4 double-sided leaflet discusses the problems most frequently associated with street trees and includes helpful advice on what to do if you are affected.


Oversail refusal letter

A letter template to be used by individual residents, which refuses to allow Amey access to a private property in order to remove trees.  (Letters should be sent recorded delivery to confirm their arrival)

The Rights of Householders, regarding access to private land and the airspace above.


Oversail refusal poster

A posted to be displayed by individual residents, which refuses Amey the right to access a private property in order to remove trees.


Birds roosting do not disturb

An A4 poster for attaching to trees where birds are known to be roosting. Disturbing a nest is a reportable offence!


Bats roosting do not disturb

An A4 poster for attaching to trees where bats are known to be roosting.  Disturbing a roost is a wildlife crime!


Nest and roost information

A handy guide to the laws and guidance for dealing with trees where birds are nesting or bats are roosting.  Contact details for reporting suspected incidents of wildlife crime are also included.

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