Re-Sycamorisation of Sycamore Road

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Re-Sycamorisation of Sycamore Road

Re-Sycamorisation of Sycamore Road

Jane Duncan By Jane Duncan

Introduced in the 17th century, sycamore trees originally lined Amersham’s main shopping district, giving it the name Sycamore Road.

Amersham Idea stage

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Years of stripping them away has left the street a naked shadow of its former self with only one lonely tree remaining.

We’d like to propose fixing this by buying and planting an array of new sycamore trees to help take Sycamore Road back to its roots, enhancing the environment for everyone and encouraging shoppers with a greener, more pleasant experience. We’d love to hear people’s views on .

What we'll deliver:

  • Listen to local residents about their thoughts on how many trees we need and where they should go.

Why it's a great idea:

This project is part of a much-discussed plan to sculpt Amersham’s green spine and meld more of our urban environment with the fantastic nature that surrounds us.

Steps to get it done:

  • Hire local company to plant the trees.

Location Amersham

Amersham has 7 other projects and £355,000 in potential grant funding

About the space

High street in Amersham

Council

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