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Plans unveiled for 50 million tree new Northern Forest

07 January 2018

The Woodland Trust and The Community Forest Trusts plans have been approved to create an exciting new Northern Forest that will comprise of over 50million trees over 25 years and will stretch from Liverpool across to Hull with the M62 as its spine.

The project will embrace the major cities of Liverpool, Manchester, Sheffield, Leeds, Chester and Hull as well as major towns across the north. It will deliver major environmental, social and economic benefits that complement the significant growth, investment and new infrastructure that is planned for the north of England.

The Northern Forest will both accelerate the creation of new woodland and support sustainable management of existing woods right across the area. Many more trees, woods and forests will deliver a better environment for all by: improving air quality in our towns and cities; mitigating flood risk in key catchments; supporting the rural economy though tourism, recreation and timber production; connecting people with nature; and helping to deliver improvements to health and wellbeing through welcoming and accessible local green spaces.

Paul Nolan, Director of the Mersey Forest said:

"The Northern Forest will complement the planned £75bn of hard infrastructure investment across the M62 corridor. We have shown that we can lock up over 7m tonnes of carbon as well as potentially reduce flood risk for 190,000 homes. The Northern Forest can also help to deliver improved health and wellbeing, through programmes such as the Natural Health Service. Community Forests have a long track record of developing partnerships and, most importantly, working with local communities to create new woodlands and manage existing woods in and around our towns and cities. We welcome the government support for the idea and we are looking forward to accelerating the work of the Community Forests across the Northern Forest."

There are currently five Community Forests that sit within the proposed area for the Northern Forest including, City of Trees, White Rose Forest, Mersey Forest, HEYwoods and South Yorkshire Forest.



Related documents:
Northern Forest overview
09 January 2018
Summary of a 25-year vision to plant 50 million trees across the
North of England, stretching from Liverpool to Hull
pdf iconView PDF (2.56 MB)
Northern Forest Prospectus
09 January 2018
Full prospectus outlining the Northern Forest proposal: a 25-year vision to plant 50 million trees across the North of England, stretching from Liverpool to Hull
pdf iconView PDF (4.78 MB)



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