Lead Government Affairs Officer
I aim to influence policymakers at Westminster and in Stormont to help secure the protection and promotion of woods and trees.
Lorraine Mullally has 7 items in their collection
MPs meet to discuss need to increase protection for ancient woodland
Blog post By Lorraine Mullally, 14 July 2017, Policy & influence
The All-Party Parliamentary Group on Ancient Woodland and Veteran Trees is up and running again in the new Parliament, already taking action to help improve protection for this irreplaceable and precious habitat
A new Parliament: a new opportunity for woods and trees
Blog post By Lorraine Mullally, 29 June 2017, Policy & influence
The election is over, the Queen has spoken, and a new Parliament is in place. What now for woods and trees at Westminster?
Election 2017 and a future with woods and trees
Blog post By Lorraine Mullally, 25 May 2017, Policy & influence
They’re off the blocks, pledges have been made, and the race to form the next Government is in full swing. But what do the main parties’ General Election manifestos say about woods and trees, and what do we want from the new Parliament?
Green light for new parliamentary group on ancient woodland
Blog post By Lorraine Mullally, 22 October 2015, Policy & influence
As the red carpet was rolled out for the Chinese President and MPs geared up for a heated debate about tax credits, we were pleased to see a good turnout at the inaugural meeting of the proposed All-Party Parliamentary Group on Ancient Woodland and Veteran Trees.
Trees on the seafront: Labour Party conference
Blog post By Lorraine Mullally, 2 October 2015, Policy & influence
This week Brighton gave a sunny welcome to the Labour Party for its annual conference and The Woodland Trust held a rousing event on the fringes of the conference.
Party (conference) time!
Blog post By Lorraine Mullally, 4 September 2015, Policy & influence
Summer is turning into autumn which in political terms can only mean one thing: party conference season is just around the corner.
Lords, ladies and the Infrastructure Bill
Blog post By Lorraine Mullally, 21 November 2014, Policy & influence, Threats
This week the House of Lords ended its deliberations on the Infrastructure Bill – a curious mishmash of proposed legislation addressing everything from roads to non-native species and town and country planning, and plenty of concern to environmentalists.
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