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Re: Tree Preservation Order Appeal Questionnaire

Subject: Re: Tree Preservation Order Appeal Questionnaire
From: Bill Anderson
Date: Jun 29 2018 12:16:16
FWIW Alastair, I don't think I've ever had an appeal on technical grounds.
As I've probably said before it usually seems that Officers are more risk
averse than me. So if there's any technical reason there's unlikely to be
an appeal.

On 29 June 2018 at 13:08, Charles Bennett <charlesbennett1959@xxxxxxxxxxx.com
wrote:

We used a similar condition, but instead of to be planted within 3 months,
I'd specify to be planted within the first available planting season after
the felling of the tree.

I'd also include a condition on replacing the replacement tree if it dies,
becomes diseased etc. within 5 years after planting.

On Fri, 29 Jun 2018, 09:01 Alastair Durkin, <ADurkin@xxxxxxxxxx.gov.uk>
wrote:

Hi Dan

That depends on the situation and whether a replacement would be
appropriate in the circumstances, but normally something like this:

1.      Subject to replacement planting with a …. (…..) of minimum …..cm
girth to be planted (Location) and within 3 months following removal of
the
…… OR of such other species and size as may be agreed in writing with
this
Council.

Reason: To replace the amenity provided by the felled tree(s)

1.   All replacement tree planting shall be carried out in accordance
with
the relevant guidance contained within BS 8545:2014 Trees: from nursery
to
independence in the landscape – Recommendations.

Reason: To ensure that trees are planted in a manner conducive to
successful establishment thereby minimising the likelihood of tree
failure
and the detrimental impact that this would have on the amenity of the
local
area.

-----Original Message-----
From: uktc-request@xxxxxx.tree-care.info [mailto:
uktc-request@xxxxxx.tree-care.info] On Behalf Of Wynn, Daniel
Sent: 29 June 2018 08:21
To: UK Tree Care
Subject: Tree Preservation Order Appeal Questionnaire

Just out of interest, what do Trees Officers out there usually put in
section '3 Conditions' for an appeal against refusal to fell where it
says:
"It is important that you set out any conditions you would like the
Inspector to impose if allowing the appeal in part or in full,
particularly
with regard to replanting if the appellant is seeking consent to fell."?

Dan W

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