There are over 3,000 ash trees in Southwark owned by the council, and many more on private land such as golf courses and gardens. We have called on the council to draw up contingency plans in case the ash dieback disease, Chalara Fraxinea, takes root in Southwark. You can read out press release for more information here.

This map shows the location of all council-owned ash trees in Southwark. Click on the colourful numbers to zoom in and explore the trees.