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RPA of Yew 19m high

RPA of Yew 19m high
Posted by: Flo (IP Logged)
Date: August 29, 2007 19:19

Hi there,
1) What is the RPA of a 19m high Yew tree (basal diameter 85cm)?
2) If the proposed extension of domestic dwelling is 4.79m away from the centre of the basal diameter of the yew would an arboriculturist's report say whether it is possible to extend?
3) Would a building foundation within the RPA be allowed?
4) What would the arboriculturist recommend if a root was found whilst digging the foundation?
Thanks in advance.

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|  RPA of Yew 19m high Flo 29/08/2007 19:19
||  Re: RPA of Yew 19m high chris 30/08/2007 07:41
|||  Re: RPA of Yew 19m high flo 06/09/2007 19:06
||||  Re: RPA of Yew 19m high chris 07/09/2007 12:30
|||||  Re: RPA of Yew 19m high roots 07/09/2007 12:43
||||||  Re: RPA of Yew 19m high mdvaden 21/09/2007 04:01

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