Planning Applications Reference:19/00041/TCA

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Type of Application:Tree Works Notification in Con Area
Status:No Objection
Address of Proposal:8 High Street, Chew Magna, Bristol, Bath And North East Somerset, BS40 8PW
Parish:Chew Magna
Ward:Chew Valley North
Proposal:Works to 24no. trees as described in application form.
Decision:NO OBJECTION
Decision Type:Non-Planning applications
Planning Portal Reference Number:PP-07528907
Applicant Name:Mr Andrea Ruggeri
Agent Name:Ned Baylis Arboriculturalist
Agent Address:Shepherds Cottage, Back Lane, Chewton Mendip, Radstock, BA3 4PA
Case Officer Name:Jane Brewer
Date Application Received:07/01/2019
Date Application Validated:07/01/2019
Standard Consultations sent on:06/02/2019
Target Decision Date18/02/2019
Date Decision Issued:06/02/2019
Permission Expiry Date::06/02/2021

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ConstraintsConservation Area
Related Property:8 High Street,Chew Magna,Bristol,BS40 8PW.
Reference Proposal Application Received Status
96/02353/FUL .Alterations to existing vehicular access05/07/1996Application Permitted
10/02838/TCA .Fell Eucalyptus, reduce Silver Maple, Fell Gleditsia and reduce Leylandi07/07/2010No Objection
13/01064/TCA .Reduce height by 30%, reshape and balance 1x Silver Maple, reduce height to 2 m 4x Leyland Cypress, fell 1x Lawson Cypress, 1x Holly, 1x Elder, 4x Sycamore and crown lift to 2.5 m, reshape and balance 1x Yew trees11/03/2013No Objection
16/03683/TCA .T1 Cypress: Fell21/07/2016No Objection
17/04025/TCA .Silver Maple (T1) - Reduce crown by 3m to previous pruned level. Prune back from house to clear by 3m. Crown lift over road to 5m. Reshape and balance. Tree has extensive Phytophthora infection.21/08/2017No Objection
19/00041/TCA .Works to 24no. trees as described in application form.07/01/2019No Objection

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