Planning Applications Reference:19/02757/TP5

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Type of Application:Tree Works to TPO 5 days
Status:TP5/TC5 Exempt from consent
Address of Proposal:12 The Sidings, Clutton, Bristol, BS39 5EF
Parish:Clutton
Ward:Clutton And Farmborough
Proposal:T1 & T2: To remove two birch trees. Urgent health and safety works.One has split out at the base and the neighbouring tree has a severe cavity at the base running down into the root system and up into the main stem and failure is imminent as one of the trees had recently split out at the base and is leaning and both tree tree have evidence of fungal decay.
Decision:TP5/TC5 Exempt from consent
Decision Type:Non-Planning applications
Planning Portal Reference Number:PP-07944855
Applicant Name:Mr Aaron Wilshire
Agent Name:Top Tree Services
Agent Address:29 Kinsale Road, Whitchurch, Bristol, BS14 9HA
Case Officer Name:Jane Brewer
Date Application Received:19/06/2019
Date Application Validated:19/06/2019
Target Decision Date24/06/2019
Date Decision Issued:20/06/2019
Permission Expiry Date::20/06/2021

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Related Property:12 The Sidings,Clutton,Bristol,BS39 5EF.
Reference Proposal Application Received Status
19/02757/TP5 .T1 & T2: To remove two birch trees. Urgent health and safety works.One has split out at the base and the neighbouring tree has a severe cavity at the base running down into the root system and up into the main stem and failure is imminent as one of the trees had recently split out at the base and is leaning and both tree tree have evidence of fungal decay.19/06/2019TP5/TC5 Exempt from consent
19/02791/TPO .T3 & T4 - crown thin 2x Birch trees by 20% and reduce by 1 metre off decking. Routine maintenance. T5 - crown lift Horse Chestnut by 3 metres and routine maintenance.Works needed to improve form structure and to allow under story to flourish.20/06/2019Pending Consideration

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