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November 20, 2014

Britain’s Greenest Cities and Counties Mapped from the Air by Bluesky

Leicestershire, UK, Nov. 20, 2014—Aerial mapping company Bluesky has published the first ever nationwide map of trees revealing the true extent of our ‘green and pleasant land’. Topping the charts at numbers one and two respectively are local authority districts Surrey Heath and Waverly both with over 40 per cent tree cover. Leafy Surrey, with some of the highest house