Lewis Dagnall: The future of Sheffield tree controversy is rooted in compromise
THERE are so many great reasons that people choose to live and work in Sheffield, but the most important, for many, is a shared love of nature and the outdoors.
Across our parks, woodlands, countryside – and, yes, our highways – we have over four and a half million trees. That’s more trees per head of population than any other city in Europe.
I make that point to underline the importance – recognised by all sides in the ongoing debate about tree replacement work – of finding sustainable solutions that let us move on as a city and ensure we celebrate our environment.
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