The Gloucestershire Tree Strategy was developed by the Nature Recovery working group of the Gloucestershire Local Nature Partnership. Its purpose is to provide an agreed set of priorities and principles to guide woodland creation and tree growing in the county. It does not take a spatial prioritisation approach - this will be led largely by the GLNP's Natural Capital and Nature Recovery Network mapping - but does outline an ambitious vision for huge aforestation in Gloucestershire. It goes on to note the need for external investment and a systems change approach to looking at land-use in the county which will be enabled by changes to farming subsidies post-Brexit.
Following publication of this Strategy, GLNP has created a suggested Action Plan to help organisations understand how they can best contribute to delivery of the strategy.