asked the Secretary of State for the Environment what organisations are represented on the Tree Council.
The following are members of the Council:
- Arboricultural Association.
- Association of District Councils.
- Association of Professional Foresters.
- British Association of Landscape Industries.
- Civic Trust.
- Council for the Protection of Rural England.
- Country Landowners Association.
- Farming and Wildlife Advisory Group.
- Home Timber Merchant's Association.
- Horticultural Trades Association.
- Institute of Foresters.
- Institute of Landscape Architects.
- Institute of Park and Recreation Adminitsration.
- Men of the Trees.
- National Farmers Union.
- National Federation of Women's Institutes.
- National Trust.
- Royal Forestry Society.
- Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors.
- Royal Town Planning Institute.
- Timber Growers' Organisation.
- Trees for People.
- Association of County Councils.
- Council for Environmental Education.
- Countryside Commission.
- Department of the Environment.
- Forestry Commission.
- Royal Horticultural Society.
asked the Secretary of State for the Environment what Government assistance is currently given to the Tree Council; and what further financial and administrative assistance is contemplated in the year 1975–76.
Subject to parliamentary approval and to certain conditions, a grant of £6,000 will be made available to the Tree Council in 1975–76 compared with £5,000 in 1974–75. In addition, the services of a full-time secretary will continue to be provided for the time being.