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Haringey to get new trees from Mayor of London Boris Johnson.
Haringey's streets will be planted with 60 new trees as part of a project from Mayor of London Boris Johnson.
The mayor announced 2,000 new trees will be planted across the capital as part of his pledge to increase tree cover.
Mr Johnson promised to provide 10,000 more trees in residential areas of London, with 19 boroughs benefiting from the latest round of funding.
He said: "Street trees deliver a whole host of benefits for Londoners, helping to improve the look and feel of neighbourhoods as well as making the capital a more attractive place to live, work and invest in.
He added: “I am delighted to announce this latest crop of areas to receive funds for more trees by spring-time."
The scheme is being delivered in partnership with the Forestry Commission and Groundwork London, local boroughs, community groups and charities, who can apply for funding.