Tue, 6 Nov 2007, Bill wrote:
'After application and lost appeal, where the Inspector says the pruning
isn't such a burden, the owner agrees that he will reduce the tree as
suggested. Is there a reasonable case for compensation here?
ME: Bill, I can't see how.
The request to reduce the tree is being made by the tree owner, not the LA.
The highways clearance works are a requirement under the Highways Act,
regardless of a TPO or not.
Not sure how the reduction works are linked to the highway clearance works?
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