Status of threatened street trees in our area

The following list of threatened trees in the Nether Edge area have been categorised to show their current status (January 2021).

Colour Key: Green: “saved”, Amber: “still to be jointly investigated”, Red: “Still threatened”

14 Trees previously identified for felling, but saved by the Independent Tree Panel process during 2017 
• Adelaide Road, o/s 39 – 41 
• Barkers Road, o/s 63 
• Glentilt Road, opp. 1 
• Montgomery Road, o/s 13 – 15 
• Montgomery Road, o/s 28 
• Montgomery Road, o/s 97 
• Montgomery Road, o/s 99 – 101 
• Psalter Lane, opp. Clifford Road junction 
• Thornsett Road, o/s 2 (middle one of three trees o/s 2 – 2A) 
• Woodstock Road, o/s 62 
• Woodstock Road, o/s 63 
• Woodstock Road, o/s 66 
• Woodstock Road, o/s 67 
• Woodstock Road, o/s 71 

3 Trees mistakenly believed to be due for felling, due to rumours, but now definitely safe 
• Ryle Road, middle of Montgomery Road junction 
• St Ronan’s Road, o/s 49 
• Thornsett Road, o/s 28 

15 Trees previously identified for felling, proposed for indefinite retention (in the Sheffield Council December 2018 proposal), which have been formally classed as retained indefinitely, or are about to be. 
• Barkers Road, opp. 33 
• Brincliffe Gardens, o/s 24 (opp. junction with Bluecoat Rise) 
• Hunter House Road, o/s 145 
• Kenbourne Road, o/s 43 
• Kenwood Park Road, o/s 15 (lower most side of driveway) 
• Ladysmith Avenue, o/s 26 
• Montgomery Road, o/s 9 
• Rundle Road, o/s 1 (3rd tree from junction with Kenwood Road) 
• Rundle Road, o/s 19 
• Wayland Road, o/s 54 (furthest tree from 54) 
• Wayland Road, o/s 63 
• Wayland Road, o/s 98 
• Wayland Road, o/s 100 
• Woodstock Road, o/s 11 
• Wostenholme Road, o/s 65 

23 Trees previously identified for felling, proposed as likely to be retained indefinitely (in the Sheffield Council December 2018 proposal), which have been formally classed as retained indefinitely, or are about to be. 
• Agden Road, o/s 34 (last tree on road before Kenwood Park Road) 
• Briar Road, o/s 2 
• Chelsea Road, adj. side of 111 Union Road 
• Edgedale Road, o/s 6 
• Edgedale Road, o/s 32 
• Edgedale Road, o/s 70 
• Edgedale Road, o/s 86 
• Hunter House Road, o/s Hunter Court (opp. 145) 
• Hunter House Road, 167 
• Hunter House Road, 176 
• Hunter House Road, 177 
• Hunter House Road, 181 
• Kenwood Park Road, o/s 19 
• Ladysmith Avenue, o/s 15 
• Montgomery Road, o/s 6b – 6c 
• Rundle Road, o/s 9 
• Rundle Road, o/s 24 
• Rundle Road, o/s 48 
• Rundle Road, o/s 70 
• Ryle Road, directly across road from 11 
• Struan Road, o/s 29 – 31 
• Thornsett Road, at side of 33 Priory Road 
• Woodstock Road, adj. to the church 

18 Trees which the council still proposed to fell between 2020 and 2028, (in the Sheffield Council December 2018 proposal), which have now been formally classed as retained indefinitely, or are about to be. 
• Albany Road, by junction with Wostenholme Road 
• Albany Road, o/s 45 (opp. 40) 
• Briar Road, o/s 14 
• Glentilt Road, o/s 20 
• Kenwood Road, o/s 3 
• Kenwood Road, o/s 8 
• Kenwood Road, o/s 42 
• Rundle Road, o/s 11 
• Rundle Road, o/s 14 
• Rundle Road, o/s 30 
• Rundle Road, o/s 40 – 42  
• Rundle Road, o/s 44 
• Rundle Road, o/s 50 
• Rundle Road, o/s 56 
• Rundle Road, o/s 72 
• Thornsett Road, o/s 3 
• Wayland Road, o/s 65 
• Wayland Road, o/s 75 

11 Trees which the Council proposed to fell in 2019 (in their December 2018 proposal), but which have now been formally classed as retained indefinitely, or are about to be. 
• Briar Road, o/s 19 
• Chelsea Road, o/s 2 
• Edgedale Road, o/s 102 
• Kenwood Road, o/s 12 
• Kenwood Road, o/s 16 (1st remaining tree of original four) 
• Kenwood Road, o/s 16 (2nd remaining tree of original four) 
• Kenwood Road, o/s hotel gates (opp. 42) 
• Raven Road, o/s 10 
• Rundle Road, adj. hotel (2nd tree from top of Kenwood Road) 
• Rundle Road, o/s 12 
• Rundle Road, o/s 58 

5 Trees previously identified for felling, proposed for indefinite or likely retention (in the Sheffield Council December 2018 proposal), which still need a joint investigation with tree campaigners. 
• Agden Road, o/s 3 – 5 
• Edgedale Road, o/s church (2nd tree from bottom of road) 
• Montgomery Road, o/s 29 
• Montgomery Road, o/s 102 
• Thornsett Road, o/s 3 (just downhill from driveway of number 1)
 
 
51 Trees which the council still proposed to fell between 2020 and 2028, (in the Sheffield Council December 2018 proposal), which still need a joint investigation with tree campaigners. 
• Chippinghouse Road, o/s 185 
• Chippinghouse Road, o/s 230 
• Edgebrook Road, opp. 28 
• Edgedale Road, o/s 78 
• Gatefield Road, o/s 12 
• Gatefield Road, opp. 6 
• Hunter House Road, o/s 155 
• Hunter House Road, o/s 188 
• Kenbourne Road, o/s 10 
• Kenbourne Road, o/s 21 
• Kenbourne Road, o/s 26 
• Kenbourne Road, o/s 33 
• Kenwood Park Road, o/s 13 
• Kenwood Park Road, o/s 23 – 25 
• Kenwood Park Road, o/s 28 
• Kenwood Park Road, o/s 31 
• Kenwood Park Road, o/s 37 – 39  
• Kenwood Park Road, o/s 41 
• Kenwood Park Road, o/s 41 – 43 
• Kenwood Park Road, o/s 43 
• Kenwood Park Road, o/s 45 
• Kenwood Park Road, o/s 47 
• Kenwood Park Road, o/s 51 
• Ladysmith Avenue, adj. 17 Barkers Road (1st tree on street) 
• Ladysmith Avenue, adj. rear of 19 Barkers Road (level with wooden gate)  
• Ladysmith Avenue, opp. 5 
• Ladysmith Avenue, opp. 7 
• Ladysmith Avenue, o/s 14 
• Milton Road, o/s 1 (2nd tree on street) 
• Milton Road, opp. 10 
• Montgomery Road, o/s 14 – 16  
• Montgomery Road, o/s 72 
• Montgomery Road, o/s 74 
• Montgomery Road, o/s 78 
• Montgomery Road, o/s 82 
• Montgomery Road, o/s 90 
• Montgomery Road, o/s 92 – 94  
• Montgomery Road, o/s 96 
• Psalter Lane, at traffic lights with Cowlishaw Road (next to 136) 
• Sandford Grove Road, o/s 82 (opp. 75) 
• Steade Road, o/s 21 
• Steade Road, o/s 49 
• St Ronan’s Road, o/s 10 
• St Ronan’s Road, side of 81 Steade Road 
• Thornsett Road, o/s 1 (2nd tree up from junction with Kenwood Park Road) 
• Thornsett Road, o/s 4 (bottom side of Bridge Club car park) 
• Thornsett Road, o/s 7a 
• Thornsett Road, o/s 22 Priory Road 
• Thornsett Road, o/s 23 
• Woodstock Road, o/s 56 
• Woodstock Road, o/s 59
 
 
28 Trees which the Council still proposed to fell in 2019 (in their December 2018 proposal), which still need a joint investigation with tree campaigners. 

• Coverdale Road, o/s 3 – 5 
• Crescent Road, o/s 10 
• Hunter House Road, o/s 238 
• Kenbourne Road, adj. 1 
• Kenbourne Road, opp. 55 
• Kenwood Park Road, o/s 33 
• Kenwood Park Road, o/s 49 
• Ladysmith Avenue, adj. side of 17 Barkers Road (just below substation) 
• Ladysmith Avenue, adj. side of 19 Barkers Road (1st tree on street) 
• Ladysmith Avenue, opp. 11 
• Milton Road, o/s 27 
• Montgomery Road, o/s 22 
• Montgomery Road, o/s 76 
• Montgomery Road, o/s 80 – 82  
• Montgomery Road, o/s 88  
• Psalter Lane, o/s 100 
• Sheldon Road, o/s 22 
• Sheldon Road, o/s 26 
• Sheldon Road, o/s 28 
• Sheldon Road, o/s 32 – 34  
• Sheldon Road, o/s 35 
• Sheldon Road, o/s 44 
• Sheldon Road, o/s 60 
• Steade Road, o/s 29 
• Thornsett Road, o/s 5a 
• Thornsett Road, o/s 14 – DISEASED 
• Thornsett Road, o/s 22 Priory Road (2nd tree) – DISEASED  
• Woodstock Road, o/s 79
 

4 trees which the Council still propose to fell, but which still require a final detailed and evidence-based discussion with tree campaigners 
• Edgedale Road, o/s 3 – 5 Javelin House (facing junction with Edgemount Road) 
• Woodstock Road, o/s 40 
• Woodstock Road, o/s 48 
• Woodstock Road, o/s 52 

 
13 additional street trees in our area that will be felled in 2021 because of significant disease, and which campaigners have investigated and agreed with 
• Albany Road, o/s 17 
• Bannerdale Road, o/s 268 – 270 
• Carter Knowle Avenue, o/s 50 
• Carter Knowle Avenue, o/s 57 
• Carter Knowle Road, o/s 298 
• Coverdale Road, o/s 15 – 17 
• Lyndhurst Road, o/s Hospital (the large Sycamore) 
• Montgomery Road, o/s 7 
• Psalter Lane, adj 191 
• Psalter Lane, adj 192 
• Rundle Road, o/s 36 
• Rundle Road, o/s 69 – 71 
• The Lawns, o/s 10 

 
To ask questions about the status of any of our local street trees, feel free to contact Paul Selby at selbypaul@hotmail.com