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RE: TPO'ing a recently felled woodland

Subject: RE: TPO'ing a recently felled woodland
From: Wright, Matthew
Date: Jul 02 2001 15:23:34

Was a Felling Licence required for the volume of timber that has been
felled? If one was required but not obtained then you could look to the
Forestry Commission to enforce replacement planting and then TPO. 


Matthew Wright
Landscape & Tree Officer
Planning Services, Exeter City Council, Civic Centre, Paris Street,  Exeter
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From:         John Flannigan[]
Reply To:     UK Tree Care
Sent:         28 June 2001 17:16
To:   UK Tree Care
Subject:      TPO'ing a recently felled woodland

A woodland site which makes up the outer boundary of a much larger
managed by myself on behalf of the Council has recently been clear felled
for development.

Is it possible to place a TPO on this woodland site even though the trees
have recently been cut to ground level?

The stumps are now showing signs of vigorous re-growth and I have no doubt
that natural regen will be profuse. This regeneration will, if allowed to
continue to grow, contribute to the diverse wildlife in the area and
continue to enhance the neighbouring woodland. This site is clearly
from just about the whole town.

I would appreciate any advice and or examples, if possible, of similar

Thanks in advance


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