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RE: Pollarding street trees

Subject: RE: Pollarding street trees
From: Tesh, Jonathan
Date: Dec 31 2002 14:49:46
Woodland TPOs are a very different animal from other forms of TPO, and it is
disingenuous - when dealing with difficult definitions of 'amenity' to draw
the necessary parallels with other forms of TPO. The Blue Book reflects this
whereby the slant is very much to encourage landowners to properly manage
woodlands through recognised schemes rather than to use the TPO system
(paras. 3.15-3.16).


-----Original Message-----
From: Tim Moya []
Sent: 31 December 2002 14:27
To: UK Tree Care
Subject: Re: Pollarding street trees

Thats right Edmund I am counting non-visible trees covered by woodland TPOs.
I would expect (but I really dont know) that most TPO trees are woodland
trees and that most of these will not be woodlands open to the public or LA
owned (or why TPO them).


Edmund Hopkins wrote:
Tim Moya <> wrote:
I would bet that the majority
of TPO trees are not visible from any public place.

Tim you must be jesting! I wish it were so it would make the TPO
review a lot simpler: Not much varying, less remaking, just lots of
revokes-and they are the only simple bit to administer in the entire
process. Perhaps you are counting interior trees from woodland TPO's?
Really though, who is it TPO'ing invisible trees,even my Nottingham
predecessors mostly baulked at that.

Edmund Hopkins
Arboricultural Officer

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