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pdf Letter to Mayor of London 14 11 2012 Popular

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Ash dieback (Chalara fraxinea) has now been found throughout the UK. It has not yet been confirmed in London, but it is just a matter of time before hundreds of thousands of London's trees are under threat.

pdf News Release - LONDON TREE OFFICERS ELECT NEW COMMITTEE - 18/08/2010 Popular

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12 Tree Officers from different London Boroughs will lead the LTOA forward over the coming year.

pdf News Release - London Trees and Woodlands Award for Excellence - 03/12/2010 Popular

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This year the London Borough of Bromley, a member of the London Tree Officers Association (LTOA), have won the London Trees and Woodlands Award for Excellence by or for a public body.

pdf News Release - London’s Tree Experts Explore Greater Role for Volunteer Tree Wardens - 5/10/2011 Popular

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London’s tree officers are getting together on 6 October 2011 to look at how volunteer Tree Wardens could play a greater role in the capital.

pdf News Release - Oak Processionary Moth - 05/08/2010 Popular

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The LTOA welcomes this week’s stories on OPM and agrees that this is primarily a human health issue.

pdf News Release - Oak Processionary Moth Guidance Note - 26/10/2010 Popular

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The LTOA is today launching a Guidance Note on the problem of Oak Processionary Moth (OPM).

pdf News Release - THE JOINT MITIGATION PROTOCOL - 18/04/2008 Popular

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The Joint Mitigation Protocol will be launched at 10am at Southwark Town Hall on the morning of Friday 16 May 2008.

pdf News Release - Trees do more than you think - 20/11/2007 Popular

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The London Tree Officers Association (LTOA) has produced a leaflet illustrating why trees are good for us.

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