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RE: Re: [EXTERNAL] RE: Post-planning enforcement period tree failures

Subject: RE: Re: [EXTERNAL] RE: Post-planning enforcement period tree failures
From: Jim Quaife
Date: Mar 04 2021 13:48:24
I imagine that all LPAs will consider the use of TPOs in this context from 
time to time, as they are empowered to do, but TPOs are, and should be 
considered in site-specific terms. 
To use them in a manner that might be construed as "automatic" would run the 
risk of legal challenges or successful appeals.
Jim

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Subject: Re: Re: [EXTERNAL] RE: Post-planning enforcement period tree failures


The making of a TPO to cover agreed landscaping schemes on proposed
development sites is something I previously investigated in another
employment.  No issues from the LPAs perspective other than concerns being
raised by the 'powers that be' about it potentially putting off new buyers !

I left that organisation (not because of that!) but have picked it up with my
current employer.  In fact I'm including it as a suggestion being put forward
as part of my LPAs wider current Government consultation on the NPPF/National
Design Code (deadline 27 March 2021).

Let's see if it gets any traction.

Paul




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