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Re: TPO over a TPO

Subject: Re: TPO over a TPO
From: Bill Anderson
Date: Feb 10 2020 13:25:54
As long as some job's-worth isn't asking you to make two applications for
the same tree Dave, I'd just carry on as normal. I would of course point
out the unsatisfactory state-of-affairs at every opportunity..... I suspect
that if it ever reached an appeal situation PIns would take a dim view. And
if the LPA couldn't produce satisfactory evidence as to the old one's
confirmation, then I suspect they'd be instructed to do something about it.
Bill.

On Mon, 10 Feb 2020 at 12:29, oldoaktree@xxxxxxxxx.net <
uktc@xxxxxx.tree-care.info> wrote:

Hi all, a bit of advice required if you don't mind.

I'm dealing with a case where we have a very large 50-year-old TPO
covering around 20 hectares. Within it, there are individuals a few groups
but mainly areas.

Recently, a development has taken place  and a new TPO consisting of
individual trees has been made within an old area order. However, no notice
has been made of revocation or alteration of an order, So I would imagine
that the two orders exist side by side and in some parts on top of one
another as some trees have been duplicated.

Is this right? In my mind you can't have two tpos on the same tree and
individual orders overlaying an area order. I welcome the eventual
clarification of the area into individual trees, but the area order still
bubbling away in the background is a real confusion.

Any advice always appreciated

Dave




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