Pressure mounts on city council to save the Brum's oldest tree

Pressure mounts on city council to save the Brum's oldest tree
 

Pressure is mounting on Birmingham City Council to reject plans to cut down the city’s oldest tree in order to make way for the Midland Metro extension.
Viv Astling, former chairman of the National Forest Company, said the city’s residents and visitors to the ICC “deserve more than the sight of bricks and concrete.”
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And in a forceful letter he added that he couldn’t believe the city council would allow the axeing... read more

 
29 September 2016 in Regional West, Views: 28
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