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RE: TPO top trumps

Subject: RE: TPO top trumps
From: Jim Quaife
Date: Oct 19 2020 15:05:57
Good grief! Sometimes I wonder about some aspects of some (only a few to be 
fair) LPAs.
Clearly you don't say what the justification for the civil permission was, 
but on the assumption that it had nothing to do with a development ambition, 
then it seems logical that in the absence of an extant TPO, the one made 
takes precedence.
In my experience it is not always the case that the left hand knows what the 
right hand is doing purely because of operational separation, but one can 
only assume that in making the planning application the consent of officer 1 
was cited. 
Ho-hum!
Jim

-----Original Message-----
From: uktc-request@xxxxxx.tree-care.info 
[mailto:uktc-request@xxxxxx.tree-care.info] On Behalf Of John Hearne
Sent: 19 October 2020 15:52
To: UK Tree Care
Subject: TPO top trumps

I think I know that the TPO is top trump in this scenario but thought I'd
seek other opinions.

I have an enquiry from someone has been given written permission from the
Council to fell a tree on council land subject to conditions about it being
wholly at their cost, replacement planting, contractor insurance cover etc.

A little later, on submission of a planning application for building
extension, the Council (albeit a different department) served a TPO. The
Order was also served on the tree officer who had written giving permission
for the felling.

I guess the TPO overrules the original permission?

John

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Hearne Arboriculture

www.hearnearboriculture.com



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