A petition has been launched to save three ancient trees from being chopped down to make way for a temporary car park. Nearly 3,000 people have signed a petition to keep bulldozers from the trees in The Moor, Berkhamsted.
Dacorum Borough Council granted consent for the temporary car park while a multi-storey car park is built in Lower Kings Road. As part of plans three trees, one of which is 247 years old, will be removed to allow road access to The Moor. John Bell, a Berkhamsted resident, who set up the petition against the felling, is pleading to the council to reconsider its decision.
To sign John Bell’s petition click here.
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