Follow the links for further information about environmental planning:
Find out how to report fly tipping, littering, public health issues and abandoned vehicles. Get information on emergency planning, environmental health, pollution, climate change and flooding.
Below are the answers to the most frequently asked questions concerning trees and hedgerows
We are responsible for council owned trees in streets, parks and open spaces, council houses, cemeteries and leisure centres.
To report fallen trees, overgrown trees, large branches fallen or hanging off, tree roots lifting paving slabs, trees causing obstruction to...
The Notable and Venerable Trees document contains a list of Noteworthy Trees to be found within the Doncaster borough.
Certain trees and hedgerows are protected by law and must not be removed without permission.
It is widely acknowledged that the presence of trees enhances urban living. Aesthetics, living history, cleaner air, shade and wildlife are just some of the qualities that only trees can bring to an urban environment.
Anyone wishing to do works to a protected tree must first get permission, this page will guide you on this process.
Anyone can set up in business and call themselves a tree surgeon or arboricultural contractor.