809-811 Pacific Highway Chatswood NSW 2067.

Request to remove 5 spotted gums from outside 809-811 Pacific Hwy Chatswood on RMS land

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

(Source: Willoughby City Council, reference TVPA-2019/41)


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  1. Tim Rourke commented

    Firstly these are not spotted gums.
    Secondly they mask what must be one of the ugliest buildings on the Pacific Highway.
    Thirdly they pose no danger.
    They break up what would be a very ugly secretion of road.

  2. louise whelan commented

    I agree with the comments made by the resident who points out that trees along the highway add visual benefit to the concrete landscape along that section of road and it is important that trees continue to add that environmental relief as urban buildup continues in Chatswood. There is no evidence that safety is a consideration, therefore for the community benefit I oppose the application.

  3. Gertruda Chan commented

    I don’t support the removal of the trees along the highway. Chatswood is getting very built up with tall buildings around. The trees provide a nice landscape and green view to the area.

  4. David Grover commented

    It is critical these trees remain and am astonished anyone would wish for these 5 trees to be removed. They shield unattractive buildings from thousands of motorists and are essential to the amenity of the streetscape and of this busy arterial road.

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