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Tennis star drops Konta-roversial plans to build in ancient woodland

by Dee Smith, Senior PR Officer on 14 August 2018

Tennis star Johanna Konta has withdrawn her application to build in ancient woodland following pressure from the Woodland Trust.

You Konta be serious? Tennis star plans development in ancient woodland

by Dee Smith, Senior PR Officer on 09 August 2018

Tennis star Johanna Konta could find herself at fault with new planning rules if she presses ahead with proposals to build in ancient woodland.

Future of ancient woods and trees secured following decades of campaigning by Woodland Trust

by Dee Smith, Senior PR Officer on 24 July 2018

New planning rules have at last given ancient trees and woods the highest possible protection from development.

Are ripe berries a warning for wildlife?

by Hollie Anderson, PR Officer & Celebrity Liaison on 20 July 2018

Nature’s Calendar is receiving records of ripe berries – but the heatwave could spell danger for this year’s wild fruit crop, and the animals that feed on them

Eastleigh’s local plan poses big problems for ancient woods and wildlife

by Dee Smith, Senior PR Officer on 17 July 2018

Plans for thousands of houses in a Hampshire borough will cause irreparable damage to woods and wildlife says the Woodland Trust.

“Empty promises, missed opportunities and increased destruction” – Woodland Trust tells MPs HS2 must step up its game.

by Dee Smith, Senior PR Officer on 11 July 2018

Loss of ancient woods and trees will hit new heights today unless a group of MPs orders HS2 Ltd to urgently upgrade its plans.

HS2 green corridor nothing more than greenwash nonsense

by Dee Smith, Senior PR Officer on 25 June 2018

HS2 has launched plans for ‘an unprecedented green corridor’ stretching alongside the route of this destructive project. But the Woodland Trust believes the only thing unprecedented about it is the amount of ancient woodland the railway will destroy.

Planners save wood pasture and parkland from destruction following Woodland Trust campaign

by Dee Smith, Senior PR Officer on 18 June 2018

Historically important wood pasture and parkland has been given a reprieve after a controversial development at Aldermaston was turned down by planners.

Charity counts cost of killer shrub clearance

by Andy Bond, Senior PR officer on 05 June 2018

Almost £330,000 is spent annually clearing killer shrubs which plague the UK’s woods, the Woodland Trust has revealed.

The best trees to fight disease: get yours at the Suffolk Show courtesy of the Woodland Trust

by Dee Smith, Senior PR Officer on 25 May 2018

With cases of tree disease on the increase, the Woodland Trust is offering landowners visiting the Suffolk Show the opportunity to claim a special tree pack to help strengthen the rural landscape.

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