NB This map is now redundant, but an interesting memory for anyone who has been involved in the Sheffield Street Tree debacle. In the end we won, trees were saved, policies were changed but only after a lot of pointless destruction. The rest of the website contains a lot of useful information relevant to the tree campaign.
This was a new map compiled in January 2016, and updated to focus on the trees that have been condemned for felling in 2016. The old map was a bit random and a lot of the data was out of date. This one has been compiled from information issued to residents by Sheffield City Council as part of their tree felling consultation, including detailed street maps showing the location of individual trees. Unfortunately that data is not available to the general public in an easily accessible form except on this map.
There are a few streets missing from this map, please let me know if you spot one, and I would be grateful to know about trees showing here in red or yellow that have now been felled. You can use the contact form here.
There’s a lot of other useful information and resources for campaigners on this website so please have a look around while you are here. To get a full screen view of the map, click on that little square ‘expand’ icon in the top right corner of the map window below.
If you spot anything incorrect or confusing please let us know.
Last update 19 March 2017