Planning Applications Reference:09/03853/TCA

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Type of Application:Tree Works Notification in Con Area
Status:No Objection
Address of Proposal:Long Chalks, The Chalks, Chew Magna, BS40 8SN
Parish:Chew Magna
Ward:Chew Valley North
Proposal:T1 - Poplar - Fell to ground level.
Decision:NO OBJECTION
Decision Type:Delegated
Planning Portal Reference Number:PP-00851457
Applicant Name:Mr Poole
Agent Name:Bartlett Tree Experts (Cheltenham)
Agent Address:Fosse Cross Industrial Estate, Fosse Cross, Cheltenham, GL54 4NW
Case Officer Name:Jane Brewer
Date Application Received:13/10/2009
Date Application Validated:13/10/2009
Target Decision Date24/11/2009
Date Decision Issued:18/11/2009
Permission Expiry Date::18/11/2011

Documents

ConstraintsConservation Area, Greenbelt
Related Property:Long Chalks,The Chalks,Chew Magna,Bristol,BS40 8SN.
Reference Proposal Application Received Status
09/03853/TCA .T1 - Poplar - Fell to ground level.13/10/2009No Objection
13/00884/TCA .T1 - Walnut Tree - Prune the Walnut located at the front of the house - Remove lower branches to a height of 2-0 metres to improve clearance over the patio and Reduce Crown Height and spread by approximately 1-1 metre to enhance natural form and Crown Reduce by 10% using the 1/3 rule.T2 - Birch - Prune the Birch located at the right front of the property - Thin Crown to remove approximately 10% of live branches to improve light and air penetration throgh the crown. Most thinning cuts will be between 0.5 and 1cm in diameter.T3 - Walnut Tree - Prune the Walnut Tree located at the front of the house - Structural Prune to promote development of the desired or natural form (suborindate rapidly growing lateral branches)01/03/2013No Objection
18/03617/TCA .Walnut - reduction in canopy as indicated on the submitted photograph14/08/2018No Objection

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