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RE: Regulation 5 notices

Subject: RE: Regulation 5 notices
From: Andrew Jones
Date: Mar 01 2019 09:10:38
John,

The blue book didn't make reference to the reg3 , now reg 5,  reasons for 
making being 'as detailed as possible'...but the preceding text did state 
'LPAs should be able to explain to landowners why their trees or woodlands 
have been protected by a TPO. They are advised to develop ways of assessing 
the 'amenity value' of trees in a structured and consistent way, taking into 
account the following key criteria... etc'

I wouldn't suggest that anyone make the reg 5 reasons for making the order as 
detailed as possible but I think it is in everyone's interest if the LPA can 
clearly explain why they are making the tree(s) subject to a TPO...

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