6-8 Botany Street Bondi Junction NSW 2022

Remove ot prune one Avocado tree located on LHS pathway near to back yard.

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website 26 days ago. It was received by them 1 day earlier.

(Source: Waverley Council, reference TPO-265/2018)

3 Comments

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  1. Kate Neill commented

    This tree is needed to support the population of possums that live in this area.

  2. Gayle Walker commented

    It would be more informative if the description of this TPO made sense. Do they want to remove the tree or prune it? I do not object to pruning trees, however, I do object if the request is to remove the tree altogether. Avocados are a high-grade food source for native animals, especially possums. The bleak Waverley landscape is mostly made up of inedible brick, concrete, steel and glass. Please do not destroy a valuable food source. In your decision making process, keep in mind that trees provide shade, lower temperatures, clean the air and beautify the streetscape for human beings. They also provide habitat for birds. The loss of tree canopy across the LGA forces nocturnal animals to the ground, where they run a life or death gauntlet every night. They need to be thought of when making decisions that may end up resulting in their death.

  3. virginia milson commented

    I agree with earlier comments. Avocados provide a food source and also do provide shade and shelter.Sensitively pruned would be alright but removed is opposed .There are too many applications for the removal of trees in this Municipality in recent times.

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