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Tree Preservation

Preservation of trees or vegetation is to preserve the amenity of the area, and provides habitat and canopy for native wildlife, promoting biodiversity.

Tree preservation
Tree Preservation

Tree Preservation Legislation and Forms

'Preservation of trees or vegetation' of the Canterbury Local Environmental plan 2012 (LEP) is used to manage the pruning and removal of all trees within the City of Canterbury.
Urban Forests

Urban Forests

Urban forests are all the trees and vegetation located throughout the our City. They form a crucial part of the urban ecosystem, and provide habitat for wildlife residing in our urban areas.
Great Trees of Canterbury

Great Trees of Canterbury

We’re asking resident to share a photo and tell us about a tree they love in their City. Your Great Tree photo will also be short-listed for our 2016 ‘Great Trees of Canterbury’ calendar.

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