UKTC Archive

Re: withdrawal of TPO applications

Subject: Re: withdrawal of TPO applications
From: Edmund Hopkins
Date: Dec 14 2006 09:13:22
I'd sit down with the planner dealing with the application and sort out what
you'd like, what outcome you can reasonably expect, and whether they are
having any more luck communicating with the applicant. You and your planner
both have timing targets but theirs is probably more pressing. Will it
really matter if you overshoot, the applicant can only appeal for lack of
determination and what's the point when a planning decision will be
imminent? Equally you could refuse and let the planning negotiation sort
out what trees have to go.

Quoting KCloud@xxxxxxxxxxx.GOV.UK:

Hi all
 
Situation as follows:
 
Applicant sends in TPO app to fell loads of trees.
Reason: to build a new culvert
 
LPA decides that new culvert needs full planning app.
Applicant submits new planning app.
 
Now I want them to withdraw the TPO app so I can close the case and move
the hefty file about the joys of culverts (which I don't know much about
but I new a drainage engineer who did) of my desk and into the murky
archives.
 
Unfortunately applicant not happy with whole business seems to be
ignoring my emails requesting the withdrawal of TPO app.
 
Anyone know the process whereby I can move this thing towards closure? 
 
Cheers
 
Kev
 
Kevin Cloud BSc Hons, Tech Cert Arbor A, M Arbor A
Arboricultural Officer
 
Develoment Directorate
Avalon House
Chesil Street
Winchester
Hampshire SO23 0HU
 
tel 01962 XXX XXX
fax 01962 XXX XXX
email kcloud@xxxxxxxxxxx.gov.uk <mailto:kcloud@xxxxxxxxxxx.gov.uk> 
web www.winchester.gov.uk <http://www.winchester.gov.uk/> 
 
 


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