Category Archives: TreeSurv

Tree Surgery – 5 Day Notice

‘5 Day Notice’ If you have trees under a Tree Preservation Order and if your tree(s) is (are) diseased, dying or dangerous you can notify the local planning authority using a "five day notice" of your intention to reduce or remove the hazard by means of pruning or felling. The local planning department will usually attend…
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Tree preservation order in conservation areas

Conservation Area A Conservation Area is defined as ‘an area of notable environmental or historical interest or importance which is protected by law against undesirable changes’. Statutory designation for trees under private ownership in a Conservation area applies a blanket protection to all trees above 75mm diameter when measured at 1.5 metres up the stem.…
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Elite Trees + TreeSurv = Peace of mind for parish councils and landowners

Elite Trees + TreeSurv = Peace of mind for parish councils and landowners The list of roles and responsibilities for the upkeep of public spaces for parish councils is well, long.  Part of the role of the parish council is to provide (as well as maintain) recreation grounds, public walkways, pleasure grounds, open spaces, village…
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