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RE: Planning permission and TPOs

Subject: RE: Planning permission and TPOs
From: Dominic Scanlon
Date: May 23 2006 13:26:01
Ruth asked and Chris wrote:

<I'm a great admirer of your gritty brand of common sense Bill. Trouble
is, the law is not endowed with such sense. I think you'll find it's the
condition that is worthless, not the permission.>

I agree Chris - the granting of planning permission is a specified exempton
to a TPO (or the ned to apply).  If the actioning of the consent severs so
many roots ratehr than the acutal felling- you're better to let it go.  You
may be able to salvage some good from this:
1) hope that this causes a storm of protest
2) tell the planners how they prevent this happening - and more importantly
how you can help them!
3) put in place a good SPD and monitor all planning submissions to try and
catch these things before they happen.
4) try and not register applications without the relevant details e.g. a
tree survey/AIS etc.

Engage your self with the process - this could be the opprotunity to do so.

Dom

-- 
Chris Hastie
Strategy Officer (Arboriculture)
Warwick District Council

http://www.warwickdc.gov.uk/trees

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