Trees and Woodland on Public Land
The council is responsible for tree maintenance in:
- Streets in the core area of Wellingborough and Finedon.
- Closed churchyards in the Borough.
- Parks, Open spaces and Cemeteries in the core area.
- Council owned industrial units in Wellingborough.
General tree enquiries can be reported to us through our online reporting form or by contacting Wellingborough Norse.
Wellingborough Council has a duty to manage the collective tree stock for the benefit of the wider community and in accordance with good arboricultural practices.
To meet its legal obligations the council manages its trees by carrying out programmed tree inspections on a regular basis. Each inspection involves an assessment of the tree's health and condition and identifies any remedial tree work required. Any work required is placed in Annual Work Programmes.
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Street Trees Outside the Core Area
Street trees outside the core area are maintained by Northamptonshire County Council. Please contact the County Council reporting service Street Doctor for tree enquiries or emergency's.
Address: Street Doctor
PO Box 179
John Dryden House
8-10 The Lakes
Trees on Former Council Housing Land
Trees on former Council Housing land, which includes land around sheltered accommodation and flats, are administered by the social landlord Wellingborough Homes. For enquiries regarding these trees, please contact Wellingborough Homes.
Address: Wellingborough Homes
Customer Service Centre
9f Silver Street
Tel: 01933 234450
Fax: 01933 234451