UKTC Archive

Felling licence

Subject: Felling licence
From: Hare, Gareth
Date: Dec 27 2007 13:42:54
Hi all, quick one for Forestry minded bods. Do the felling licence
exemptions differ between Scotland and England as I have just read
somewhere that felling of trees in gardens is exempt from the
requirements of a felling licence. Does the same apply in England? I
suppose there is also the question of what constitutes a garden? Does
this  mean the line of domestic curtilage as defined on the Land
Registry drawing or is there some delineation between garden and areas
of woodland within the property boundary? I had previously supposed that
a felling licence would be required if the volume was over 5 cube as
specified in the regs.

Many thanks

Gareth

Gareth D Hare
Arboricultural Officer
Lichfield District Council


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