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We look after more than 7,000 trees and we're committed to maintaining and increasing the level of tree cover across our estate. We recognise the significance of our trees and understand the social, environmental and financial benefits they provide. We will not only replace every felled tree located on communal land, but also plant additional trees to add to our stock.

This page includes lots of handy information about how we look after trees at Curo, and what residents need to know about trees in their garden.

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Saving older trees as a home for wildlife

Curo is using a special pruning method to save older trees so that they can be kept as habitats for wildlife. Joe Robson, senior arborculturalist at Curo, looks after 7,000 trees across our estates. “We use a method called ‘tree veteranizing’ to keep the ecological benefits of the tree while managing the risk it poses,” said Joe. “Branches are cut to make the tree look as if…

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Two oak trees planted in Saltford to mark 75th anniversary of VE Day

On 5 November Saltford Parish Council, Saltford Community Association and Curo planted two oak trees in Saltford to commemorate the 75th Anniversary of VE Day. It had been hoped to plant the trees on the anniversary day itself, but this was prevented by the COVID-19 lockdown. When the trees are sufficiently large a commemorative plaque will be mounted on one of t…

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