Planning Applications Reference:18/05226/TPO

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Type of Application:Tree Works subject to TPO
Status:Consent
Address of Proposal:19 Somerset Lane, Lansdown, Bath, Bath And North East Somerset, BA1 5SW
Ward:Lansdown
Proposal:1x Horse Chestnut - reduce height and spread by 3m
Decision:CONSENT
Decision Type:Non-Planning applications
Planning Portal Reference Number:PP-07445769
Applicant Name:Mr P Cooney
Agent Name:Bartlett Tree Experts (Pill)
Agent Address:C/o Mr Carl Pedley, Units 22-25, Cross Lanes Farm, Cross Lanes, Pill, Bristol, BS20 0JJ
Case Officer Name:Jane Brewer
Date Application Received:23/11/2018
Date Application Validated:23/11/2018
Target Decision Date18/01/2019
Date Decision Issued:17/01/2019
Permission Expiry Date::17/01/2021

Documents

ConstraintsTree Preservation Order
Related Property:19 Somerset Lane,Lansdown,Bath,BA1 5SW.
Reference Proposal Application Received Status
07/00199/FUL .Erection of new residential dwelling following demolition of existing building18/01/2007Application Refused
07/00201/CA .Demolition of existing building to accommodate a new residential development18/01/2007Consent
08/00459/FUL .Erection of new residential dwelling following demolition of existing building (resubmission)01/02/2008Application Permitted
10/02528/TPO .Various tree works15/06/2010Consent
10/04417/TCA .Remove Magnolia Tree18/10/2010No Objection
11/00759/REN .Renewal of application 08/00459/FUL (Erection of new residential dwelling following demolition of existing building (resubmission))17/02/2011Application Permitted
11/01009/CA .Demolish existing house at 19 Somerset Lane to make way for a new residential dwelling08/03/2011Consent
11/04577/COND .Discharge of condition 11 of application 11/00759/REN (Renewal of application 08/00459/FUL (Erection of new residential dwelling following demolition of existing building (resubmission))21/10/2011Condition Discharged
11/04991/COND .Discharge of condition 2 of application 11/01009/CA (Demolish existing house at 19 Somerset Lane to make way for a new residential dwelling)18/11/2011Condition Discharged
11/05437/FUL .Erection of a dwelling following demolition of existing dwelling.05/12/2011Application Permitted
13/04429/TPO .Horse Chestnut - reduce principle scaffold stems on south aspect by 2 - 3 m, reduce and reshape remainder27/09/2013Consent
14/04622/FUL .Enclose existing car port to form garage10/10/2014Application Permitted
15/02534/TPO .1x Horse Chestnut - prune and reduce crown height by 3 m and spread by 3 m to reduce by 25%. 1x Horse Chestnut - prune and reduce crown height by 3 m and spread by 3 m to reduce by 20%28/05/2015Application Withdrawn
16/00169/TPO .1x Sycamore - reduce height and spread of tree by 5 m to begin the annual pollarding process. 1x Horse Chestnut - program of re-pollarding to be completed in Stages - stage 1 - reduction in height and lateral spread by 3.0m to suitable points and stage 2 - remove poles from the topping points. 1x Horse Chestnut - remove epicormic growth then reduce in height and lateral spread by 1m maximum Holly located at the front of the 2 Horse Chestnuts trim to maintain the appearance of a hedge and trim the top down by 0.5m and the side by 0.5m13/01/2016Consent
16/04092/TPO .T163 (Horse Chestnut), T158 (Sycamore), T160 (Ash) - cut back to clear growth where they are touching (or will touch imminently) telephone cables to ensure up to 2 meters clearance.15/08/2016Consent
16/04085/TPO .T159 - Yew - formative prune by selectively removing or reducing crossing and rubbing branches, reduce extended tip growth.15/08/2016Consent
16/04082/TPO .T162 - Sycamore - reduce height of tree to a standing height of 5 - 6 metres.15/08/2016Consent
18/05226/TPO .1x Horse Chestnut - reduce height and spread by 3m23/11/2018Consent

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