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RE: Building Consent and afterthought T.P.P.s

Subject: RE: Building Consent and afterthought T.P.P.s
From: Ian Brewster
Date: Jan 25 2012 10:08:20

Hi Eddie,

I expect that this is more common than you think. Some of the Planning 
Officers here have stipulated that in the absence of a Tree Survey a 15m 
protection/no go distance from 7.5>cm dbh tree/s should be applicable to any 
proposed structure/access route/utility pipe & cable. Where trees are found 
within and outside of the site this can place a considerable constraint on 
the proposed development prompting the developer to produce a tree survey 
up-front and work with a Tree Consultant.
DX 57406 Littlehampton

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