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LTOA elect new Executive Committee

  11/07/2016
Last Updated:  11/07/2016

The London Tree Officers Association (LTOA) has announced the election of a new Executive Committee to head up the association for the next two years. The Executive Committee was elected by the members of the LTOA and will continue to promote urban forestry and represent tree officers in London and beyond. For full details of the LTOA and short biographies of the Executive Committee please visit www.ltoa.org.uk.

The new Chair of the Executive Committee is John Parker (Transport for London) and the Vice Chair is Barbara Milne (City of Westminster). The other members of the Committee are Andy Tipping (Barnet), Clare Pappalardo (Haringey), Colleen O’Sullivan (Camden), Craig Ruddick (Richmond), Dave Lofthouse (Merton), Gary Meadowcroft (Southwark), Jake Tibbetts (Islington), Lawrence Usherwood (Brent), Oliver Stutter (Southwark) and Richard Edwards (Croydon).

John Parker, new Chair of the LTOA, said:

“I believe that a healthy population of urban trees is best achieved through a healthy population of urban tree officers. Over the next two years the Executive Committee will continue to ensure that the LTOA provides representation and support to our members and to tree officers everywhere. We will continue to offer high-quality professional publications and seminars and will also seek to build stronger relationships across the UK and internationally, particularly with our friends and colleagues in Europe.”

For more information please contact Becky Porter, Executive Officer on 07771 976238 or email executive.officer@ltoa.org.uk or visit www.ltoa.org.uk.