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Scotland (Tree Felling)

Volume 414: debated on Monday 22 October 1945

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asked the Minister of Supply and of Aircraft Production, if he is aware of the continuous and widespread felling of woodlands in Scotland, marring the beauties of the countryside; and whether, now that the war is over and timber supplies from Europe are available, he will stop these fellings.

I am hoping that it will soon be possible to obtain timber from Germany and that it will then no longer be necessary to continue felling British trees at the present rate.