Trees - should we be encouraging more tree planting in the City of Cockburn?

Consultation has concluded

We asked:

We sought your feedback on a draft policy designed to increase the number of trees in the city.

The aim of the draft Subdivision and Development Street Tree Policy is to:

  • Increase the number of street trees on the City's road reserves in new and infill areas by providing a framework for installation and management of the trees
  • Improve the appearance of streetscapes with trees suitable for shade, which is in line with the Council's Strategic Community Plan 2016 - 2026
  • Provide for the provision of new street trees associated with subdivision and/or development within the City.

Read the draft policy here at http://www.cockburn.wa.gov.au/Meetings_and_Minutes/Minutes_and_Agendas/4190-dapps_-_agenda_-_24_november_2016.pdf

Feedback was sought by 4pm, 17 January 2017 by:

We asked:

We sought your feedback on a draft policy designed to increase the number of trees in the city.

The aim of the draft Subdivision and Development Street Tree Policy is to:

  • Increase the number of street trees on the City's road reserves in new and infill areas by providing a framework for installation and management of the trees
  • Improve the appearance of streetscapes with trees suitable for shade, which is in line with the Council's Strategic Community Plan 2016 - 2026
  • Provide for the provision of new street trees associated with subdivision and/or development within the City.

Read the draft policy here at http://www.cockburn.wa.gov.au/Meetings_and_Minutes/Minutes_and_Agendas/4190-dapps_-_agenda_-_24_november_2016.pdf

Feedback was sought by 4pm, 17 January 2017 by: