43 Flounder Road, Ettalong Beach NSW 2257

Removal of 1 x Ficus species tree located at the rear of the property, and 1 x Nerium oleander shrub at rear of property

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website 29 days ago. It was received by them 8 days earlier.

(Source: Central Coast Council (Gosford), reference 024.2018.00011373.001 )

3 Comments

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  1. Lesley Harvey commented

    Would the owners consider removing the oleander but pruning the ficus tree to retain an established some shade on this block?
    The Peninsula has lost too many shade trees and is now rated, with Warnervale, the hottest areas on the Central Coast. Keeping established trees by pruning rather than taking them out will help retain natural amenity for the owners, provide habitat and the locals nearby.

  2. Rosemary Marr commented

    Can we please stop chopping down established trees. This part of Ettalong is now a virtual desert. The Council continues to allow the removal of almost every blade of grass in this part of the coast. It must stop. If saving an established tree means one less villa on a site, so be it.

  3. Karen Smith commented

    I'd love to see the ficus retained for habit and shade. These large established shade trees store large amounts of carbon so their removal will contribute to climate change.
    No objection to removal of the toxic oleander!

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