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The National Tree Safety Group’s common sense guide to Tree Safety and the Public has recently been released.

The National Tree Safety Group’s common sense guide to Tree Safety and the Public has recently been released. It is very relevant to anyone responsible for trees in areas of public access. 

Andrew Bowman-Shaw has read through the guidance and commented…

The NTSG’s guidance provides a balanced and logical approach to managing the risk of harm posed by trees. It clarifies the responsibilities of landowners with respect to their trees, and how the concept of reasonableness applies when putting these responsibilities into practice”.

The link below will take you to a good outline of the document and to the document itself if you want to read more.

www.trees.org.uk/aa/news/National-Tree-Safety-Group-guidance-launched-12-January-2012-60.html

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