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The Town and Country Planning (Tree Preservation)(England) Regulations 2012 Section 5 (3)

Subject: The Town and Country Planning (Tree Preservation)(England) Regulations 2012 Section 5 (3)
From: Gary Prentice
Date: Aug 31 2017 12:20:20
I've just been informed that the Head of Services of my LA has made some
changes. Formally you could go to the planning office and request the TPO
you were interested in. Then, more recently you could walk into the Civic
Centre, and ask the receptionist for the order. Now, a duty officer, who
only works two days a week has to be in the building and you have to make
an appointment. I've always interpreted *A copy of the order shall be made
available for inspection, free of charge, at all reasonable hours *as
meaning immediately available on request. Can I ask for the collectives
thoughts and experiences?


(3) A copy of the order shall be made available for inspection, free of
charge, at all reasonable hours, at the offices of the authority by whom
the order was made; and where an order is made on behalf of an authority,
it shall be made available for inspection also at the offices of the
authority on whose behalf it was made.

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Gary Prentice
Arboricultural Manager

Mad About Trees Ltd

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Email: gary@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx.com

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