About trees in Bracknell Forest
Forest and woodland accounts for 39% of land cover within the borough.
Tree cover varies hugely, consisting of large coniferous forest plantations, historic parkland trees, small copses and urban street trees.
Report an issue
This is a particularly busy time and we are prioritising enquiries by urgency. We will do our best to get back to you as soon as possible.
You can help by:
- managing trees that are under your responsibility
- only reporting issues about trees where it’s necessary
- providing photographs and details of the tree and the danger presented (where possible)
- being patient – we have limited resources and cannot always immediately visit the site, especially if there is no imminent danger posed to people or property
Report a fallen tree or branch
Report a tree or a branch that has already fallen where:
- it is from a council managed tree
- it is causing an obstruction to the public or it is causing damage
Big Wood regeneration project
The Big Wood regeneration project removed Corsican pine trees from a woodland in Bracknell.
The pine trees were replaced with native tree varieties to make a better habitat for wildlife, a place more enjoyable for recreation and that will provide a sustainable source of timber.
Crowthorne Road woodland project
We have started a long-term project to remove pine trees from a woodland in Bracknell.
The pine trees will be replaced with native varieties to make a better habitat for wildlife, a place more enjoyable for recreation and provide a sustainable source of timber.