34 Gilles Road Glen Osmond SA 5064

Tree Removal

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website 7 months ago. The date it was received by them was not recorded.

(Source: City of Burnside, reference 180\0203\17)

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  1. Ben Teague commented

    These are significant trees that add greatly to the amenity of the local community and complement the other significant trees in the area. Allowing removal of these trees will set a precedent which if followed could lead to the loss of other similar trees in the area and thus the general loss of the feel of the suburb. These trees also provide important habitat for native birds and animals. The whole point of significant tree protection is to protect this important habitat.

  2. Ben Teague commented

    Council should compensate residents who have significant trees for the benefit of the general community. This could be in the way of council rate rebates or subsidized/reimbursed or council provided arborist care for the trees.

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