Northern Quarter Street Tree Project

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Working in partnership with Red Rose Forest, we are currently working on a large scale project to plant street trees along several connecting streets in Manchester's Northern Quarter.

The first phase of the Northern Quarter Street Tree Project will see 12 ‘Spire’ cherry blossom trees planted along Tariff Street. 

The second phase will see 29-32 trees planted along the length of Hilton Street.

The project will culminate in trees along Dale Street, creating an ‘Alternative Green Walking Route’ from Piccadilly Station into Manchester’s Northern Quarter.

You can get involved in this project by donating or helping us to fundraise.

Red Rose Forest is the Community Forest for central and western Greater Manchester, working with local communities, businesses and partners, they develop well-wooded, multipurpose landscapes and improve the quality of life in the area. They are currently working to transform a large part of Greater Manchester into a greener, healthier and more satisfying place to live, work and invest. The Red Rose Forest partnership has been invaluable to A New Leaf, with Red Rose Forest using their expertise to project manage the planting and installation of the NQ trees and support fundraising initiatives. To find out more about how you can green your community through street trees and woodland contact Red Rose Forest via their website.

Photos and map courtesy of Red Rose Forest.

Donate to the NQ street tree project

Tariff Street West - Phase 1 (proposed planting)

Cherry 'Spire' trees will be planted along Tariff St, click to learn more about the tree species. Image courtesy of the RHS.

Cherry 'Spire' trees will be planted along Tariff St, click to learn more about the tree species.

Image courtesy of the RHS.

Hilton Street - Phase 2 (proposed planting)

Alternative Green Walking Route