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Re: RPA of Yew 19m high

Re: RPA of Yew 19m high
Posted by: roots (IP Logged)
Date: September 07, 2007 12:43

I have only just glanced over the previous posting, it seems the building would be extremely close to such a tall tree, also you may have problems in the future with root damage. I find that tree officers etc have a certain love of Yews and are therefore very protective over them, you need to stress your remedial methords for the tree ie: hand pruning of roots and fencing off the RPA also suggest remidial work after construction is over like decompaction... You really need to butter up the planning and tree officers in a case like this..



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|  RPA of Yew 19m high Flo 29/08/2007 19:19
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|||  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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