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Subject: TPO condition appeals

Subject: Subject: TPO condition appeals
From: Jon Heuch
Date: Jan 08 2018 15:12:09
I assume you had no problem with the condition itself? If you don't have a
problem with the condition, there seems little point of appealing. It takes
too long anyway.

 

You merely need to agree:

 

Species - if not the species being lost, there should be some positive
justification for your choice and a good reason given for the one chosen. If
the council are proposing species as a result of their preferences without
giving good reason I would simply continue to argue  your case.

 

Size - this is typically the stumbling block & a scientific review showing
small trees are likely to establish better, grow more quickly and are
cheaper should be accepted, unless there is a real reason for planting
bigger. Remember the council should be compensating you for any loss you
incur as a result of their imposition i.e. they pay for the bigger tree that
they insist on.

 

Location of replacement - if this isn't close to where the tree to be lost
is then it's difficult to judge whether your proposed planting spot is
appropriate..or not.

 

I assume there is no dispute over the number of trees to be planted? Can
only be one for one.

 

Can  you clarify what  the stumbling block is?

 

 

 

Jon Heuch  BSc(For.), PhD, MICFor, MArborA



 

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