Street trees are an important natural resource of the community and can often be an integral part of urban landscapes. They greatly contribute to the landscape quality of the Sydney metropolitan area as well as in the country towns and cities of New South Wales. However, conflicts between the value of street trees, the current state of these plantings in NSW and the need to carry out work programs can often present complex issues to resolve.
Street Trees in NSW: Guidelines for conservation and management
The objective of this technical paper is to present practical advisory guidelines for local and state authorities in order to assist them in assessing the values of street trees and to encourage better management and conservation of significant street plantings in New South Wales.
- 1 January 1990
- Department of Planning
- Heritage publications, Publication, Guideline
- ISBN 0-73057-0347
- File PDF 2.2MB
- Pages 19
- Name street-trees-in-nsw-guidelines-for-conservation-and-management.pdf