The trees on Cambridge’s streets, parks and gardens add to its unique character – as well as its biodiversity.
Trees improve the city’s climate – they produce oxygen, bind dust particles, and provide shade. This makes a vital contribution to the wellbeing of everybody who lives and works here.
Our Tree Strategy sets out how we manage trees to maximise their benefits. The links below will take you to more information about the city's trees and how you can get involved.
- Find out more about Council managed trees
- Information on how we maintain and plant trees in our streets, housing estates and parks
- Find out more about private and protected trees
- Information if you own, manage or are affected by a tree in a conservation area protected by a Tree Preservation Order (TPO)
- Find out your rights and responsibilities with regards to trees
- Information if you own, manage or are affected by a privately owned tree
- Comment on our planned tree works
- Find out how we manage common tree issues and report a problem
- Find out if a tree has a TPO or is in a conservation area