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RE: RPA's of pollarded trees [Scanned]

Subject: RE: RPA's of pollarded trees [Scanned]
From: Edmund Hopkins
Date: Nov 26 2008 09:45:10
I'd say its a matter of judgement. A veteran pollard will be glad of a big 
rpa, a middle aged lime content with less

Edmund

Edmund Hopkins
Tree Officer
Planning Services
Nottingham City Council
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From: Ben [benedmonds@xxxxxx.com]
Sent: 26 November 2008 09:16
To: UK Tree Care
Subject: RPA's of pollarded trees [Scanned]

A pollarded tree is going to have a smaller root area in comparison to its 
stem
diameter, then a non pollarded tree.  BS5837 does not have rules to cover 
this.
Does anyone have any info as to assigning appropriate RPA's?




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