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Landscape Advice Note: Commemorative Trees

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By Alan Cathersides

It is common in public parks and other open spaces to find ‘Commemorative (or memorial) trees – trees planted by famous people to commemorate a visit or special occasion or to the memory of a person or people who particularly liked the park or open space in which the tree is planted.

This Landscape Advice Note provides an overview of how to formulate a policy for commemorative trees in historic gardens and landscapes.

Additional Information

  • Series: Guidance
  • Publication Status: Completed
  • Product Code: 51920


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