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Re: AIA's and TPO's

Subject: Re: AIA's and TPO's
From: Charlie Ashworth
Date: Mar 13 2019 10:44:47
I have no idea Chris, particularly as the CA’s & TPO’s are online for our 
region and can be accessed at any time of the day or night!  It takes 10 
minutes of my time to access the information from the council website and 
copy and paste the order details to my report.  

Best wishes

On 13 Mar 2019, at 10:20, HUDSON, Chris ( 
<> wrote:

Could anyone advise as to why I appear to be receiving an increasing number 
of AIA's stating  that no checks have been carried out with the Local 
Planning Authority as to whether trees within the site are TPO'd or lie 
within a Conservation Area particularly as BS5827:2012 clearly states at 
5.2.3 that the presence of TPO's and Conservation Areas  is a factor to be 
taken into account and are a material consideration (Annex B).

I understand that Consultants may have some difficulty in obtaining this 
information, particularly if its not online and there are tight timescales, 
but it can become a little embarrassing when I have to tell the applicant 
that his trees are TPO'd and his Consultant has not.
Chris Hudson
Principal Forestry and Arboricultural Officer
Environmental Planning
Development Management
Cheshire East Council

Tel (01625) XXXXXX


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