Planning Applications Reference:16/04703/TCA

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Type of Application:Tree Works Notification in Con Area
Status:No Objection
Address of Proposal:Portugal House, 47 High Street, Chew Magna, Bristol, Bath And North East Somerset, BS40 8PR
Parish:Chew Magna
Ward:Chew Valley North
Proposal:1x Lilac (T1) - fell. 1x Weeping Ash (T2) - remove major deadwood. 1x Davidia (T3) - remove major deadwood
Decision:NO OBJECTION
Decision Type:Non-Planning applications
Planning Portal Reference Number:PP-05482227
Applicant Name:Ms Shalagh Harwood
Agent Name:All Tree Services Ltd
Agent Address:Cutlers Green, Chewton Mendip, Radstock, BA3 4NE
Case Officer Name:Jane Brewer
Date Application Received:26/09/2016
Date Application Validated:26/09/2016
Standard Consultations sent on:25/10/2016
Target Decision Date07/11/2016
Date Decision Issued:25/10/2016
Permission Expiry Date::25/10/2018

Documents

ConstraintsConservation Area, Greenbelt
Related Property:Portugal House,47 High Street,Chew Magna,Bristol,BS40 8PR.
Reference Proposal Application Received Status
96/02148/LBA .Hardwood conservatory07/05/1996Application Permitted
10/01966/TCA .Fell 3 no. Cherry and 1 no. Magnolia10/05/2010No Objection
11/03864/TCA .Fell Cherry, Crab Apple, Red Oak and Subus trees, crown lift Davidia tree and crown lift 2 x Magnolia trees01/09/2011No Objection
15/04959/TCA .Fig (T1) - Crown lift and prune back from conservatory by 1mPittosporum (T2) - FellCrab Apple (T3) - Fell4no. Lawson Cypress (G4) - FellCherry (T5) - FellMagnolia (T6) - Prune back from house to clear by 2m and tidy broken limbDavidia (T7) - Reduce one limb on east aspect by 2m03/11/2015No Objection
16/04703/TCA .1x Lilac (T1) - fell. 1x Weeping Ash (T2) - remove major deadwood. 1x Davidia (T3) - remove major deadwood26/09/2016No Objection

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