Further update on STAG’s continuing discussions with SCC and Amey

Jointly agreed press statement following a morning of talks today (below).

As campaigners are aware, the group from STAG Steering Group that have been engaged in the talks, have been trying to assist the Council in formulating a proposal on a new way forward for the identified 300 or so trees from the Core Investment Period and for the remaining trees on the highwaynetwork over the coming years. We anticipate that the detail of the Council’s plan and a further joint communication will be published shortly.

“Cllr Lewis Dagnall, Cabinet Member for Environment and Streetscene, and Chris Rust and Paul Brooke, co-chairs of Sheffield Trees Action Group said: ‘Sheffield City Council, Amey and STAG have completed a fourth day of constructive talks on the street trees issue, chaired again by Rt Rev Dr Pete Wilcox, Bishop of Sheffield. We intend to do a further joint communication shortly with more details of what has been discussed and publish the Council’s plan for the way forward.’

Bishop Pete added: ‘This morning’s meeting was the last in the series which it was my privilege to chair. The end of this phase of the process is an encouraging sign. I have been impressed by the commitment of everyone involved and I can vouch for the real progress which has been made’.”

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