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RE: Help! Term tree management agreement instead of one-off works

Subject: RE: Help! Term tree management agreement instead of one-off works
From: Rupert Baker
Date: Dec 28 2018 18:02:19
Hi Julian, I'd be careful. When I was an LA TO, years ago, we attempted to 
enter into a management agreement on (an Area) TPO'd curtilage to a big block 
of flats built in the middle of a late Victorian/ Edwardian landscaped 
woodland garden, with lots of regen Holm oak, Sycamore and other species. It 
turned out that such agreements are not legally binding on the landowner, so 
can simply end up giving carte blanche for excessive tree works; and we had 
to rescind the agreement and, in effect,  reimpose the TPO.
Happy new year etc!
Rupert

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Subject: Help! Term tree management agreement instead of one-off works

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Does anyone have a template or example of a consent for long-term mamangment 
of a tree or group of trees? I have a situation where neither the Council nor 
clients want to agree to one-off works without it being part of a longer term 
strategy to gradually remove unsuitable trees as new more suitable 
replacements become established and supersede them. I don't know what 
narrative style is most appropriate and any suitable robust wording would be 
welcome.

Please contact me here or off-forum. Confidentiality guaranteed. Thanks in 
anticipation...

Julian A. Morris - Professional Tree Services jamtrees.co.uk and 
highhedgesscotland.com
0778 XXX XXXX - 0141 XXX XXXX



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