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

Subject: RE: Building Consent and afterthought T.P.P.s
From: Tom Thompson
Date: Jan 25 2012 18:18:37
Luke

Interesting approach, I will also try this, but again not sure how it
will go down here in the dark ages.

Tom Thompson BSc(Arb) MSc (eFor) MArborA
Trees and Landscape Advisor
Borough Council of Kings Lynn and West Norfolk

 

Development Services (Planning): Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday

Parks and Open Space: Thursday and Friday

 

-----Original Message-----
From: Luke Steer [mailto:luketreescapes@xxxxxxxxxxx.com] 
Sent: 25 January 2012 18:01
To: UK Tree Care
Subject: Re: Building Consent and afterthought T.P.P.s

Around here LPAs tend to trust that people have read the Validation
Requirements and submitted all the required information. Once validated,
if it is found that insufficient information has been submitted, the
applicant is asked to withdraw their application and re-submit for free
when they have the necessary reports. It puts pressure on us to produce
our reports quickly.

Regards
Luke Steer
Chartered Arboriculturist
Treescapes Consultancy Ltd.
Tel: 015394 34698
Mobile: 07734 113964
www.treescapesconsultancy.co.uk

-----Original Message-----
From: "Tom Thompson" <tom.thompson@xxxxxxxxxxxxx.gov.uk>
Date: Wed, 25 Jan 2012 17:37:27 
To: UK Tree Care<uktc@xxxxxx.tree-care.info>
Reply-To: uktc@xxxxxx.tree-care.info
Subject: RE: Building Consent and afterthought T.P.P.s

 

Ian

 

If I go out on site and consider a tree survey is required then I ask
for one, along with a TCP.

 

They can colour/shade the trees accordingly and show the constraints.
There is room here for the down-grading of trees by unscrupulous
agents/consultants in order to remove them more easily, but this can be
challenged by me.

 

I agree that this is slightly backwards at this point but this comes
back to the validation team assessing whether trees are affected or not.
If not are we supposed to solely base this in the "honest" completion of
the "are trees affected by this development" box?

 

Are you saying that the tree survey should come in with the application
(picked up at validation stage) and that the TCP should be requested (or
not) based on its results or do you require both at validation.

 

Regards

 

Tom Thompson BSc(Arb) MSc (eFor) MArborA

Trees and Landscape Advisor

Borough Council of Kings Lynn and West Norfolk

 

 

 

Development Services (Planning): Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday

 

Parks and Open Space: Thursday and Friday

 

 

 

-----Original Message-----
From: Ian Brewster [mailto:Ian.Brewster@xxxxx.gov.uk] 
Sent: 25 January 2012 17:06
To: UK Tree Care
Subject: RE: Building Consent and afterthought T.P.P.s

 

 

If trees are found not to be worthy then how could you ask for a Tree
protection plan to protect all within the site. First they need to
determine which trees are worthy by categorisation and you as TO to
check whether appropriate, then the constraints plan follows. Otherwise
backwards way on IMO. 

 

-----Original Message-----

From: Tom Thompson [mailto:tom.thompson@xxxxxxxxxxxxx.gov.uk] 

 

Can I insist on a TPP up front?

 

I have asked on numerous occasions to have this as part of the
validation process but I am always informed that they have too many
other aspects to consider and do not know when it would be required and
when not.  This is from the Head of Dept not the validation team who may
well be happy to do it if they were instructed to.

 

I have a 3 week window to ask for any additional information.

 

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