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We are consulting on proposals by local residents to enhance the Five Trees open space in Chesterton for wildlife and people by additional tree planting and meadow creation.

The plan below shows two proposed options we would like comments on.
 
The Council are committed to increase the number of trees across the City to benefit both people and wildlife. The site has the potential to include the first ‘Tiny Forest’ for Cambridge. For further details on this concept please visit: https://earthwatch.org.uk/get-involved/tiny-forest

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Wider Location Plan

<strong>Wider Location Plan</strong>

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Options Plan

<strong>Options Plan</strong>

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* 1. Do you currently use the space for any of the following activities (Please select all that Aply)

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* 2. The Council is committed to managing our parks to benefit both people and wildlife. Wildflower meadows provide a great resource for all sorts of species including butterflies and birds.

Do you support the proposed wildflower meadow creation across the site, retaining areas of cut amenity grassland for access?

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* 3. Do you support option 1 which includes a Tiny Forest? (please note this option requires the Council to secure additional external funding)

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* 4. If you do not support the Tiny Forest do you support this area being included as part of the meadow creation plans in Option 2?

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* 5. If you do not support the Tiny Forest, do you support additional individual tree planting on the site as indicated in Option 2?

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* 6. Is there anything else or you think we should be considering as part of the planned enhancements?

Thanks for completing this questionnaire. We will collate the responses and publish the results on the consultation web pages
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