Trees along the streets, in parks and gardens help add to Cambridge’s character and add to its biodiversity.
By producing oxygen, binding dust particles and providing shade, trees improve the city’s climate in a sustainable way, and make a vital contribution to the well-being of the city’s population.
Read our full tree strategy which sets out our policies for managing trees in Cambridge to maximise their benefits, or visit the pages below to find out more 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
- Report a problem with a tree
- Find out if a tree has a TPO or is in a conservation area