Role of the LTOA

The role of the LTOA is to enhance the management of the Capital's trees & woodlands.

Objectives of the LTOA

  • Collect & disseminate information about London's trees & woodlands, & factors affecting them.
  • Establish a high profile for London's trees & woodlands.
  • Identify & attract finance for the well-being of London's trees & woodlands.
  • Influence tree-related legislation & work towards a cohesive national policy for tree management.
  • Establish, promote & raise standards of management & best practice, especially by influencing arboricultural education, training & safety.
  • Work towards a pro-active strategy that will develop specific criteria & working approaches for tree care in relation to Best Value.
  • Promote & encourage tree planting London-wide.

The LTOA recently reviewed it's constitution - click here for more information

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How to Become a Member

Members can attend, for free, the LTOA meetings which are held four times a year and cover a wide range of tree related matters.

Click here to find out how to become an associate member