Applications nearby

Other applications in the last 2 months within 2 km of 80 Rawson Avenue Queens Park NSW 2022

  1. 102 St James Road Bondi Junction NSW 2022
    30 days ago, 450 metres away

    Prune one (1) Callistemon located in front yard. Remove one (1) Jacaranda located next to rear boundary. At the junction of the two branches there is a pocket of decay which has travelled up into the branch over the roof - this is a weak junction and has potential to split. The branch growing over the yard has a stress fracture, causing a weak section in the branch. This tree presents an unacceptable level of risk to the residence. Pruning this tree away from the roof to make it safe would require a significant amount to be removed, leaving the tree as a poor specimen.

  2. 68 Queens Park Road Queens Park NSW 2022
    about 1 month ago, 490 metres away

    Prune one (1) Paperbark in LHS of front garden, prune one (1) Camelia in LHS of front garden, prune one (1) Cockspur Coral Tree in RHS of back yard. Remove one (1) Bottle Brush from LHS of back yard. This tree is unsuitable & unsustainable in its location. It is lifting the path and steps, creating a trip hazard, as it matures it will continue to cause ongoing damage to the property. Remove one (1) Canary Island Date Palm adjacent to rear boundary fence. This tree is unsuitable & unsustainable in its location - as it grows the roots will affect the structure. It is also planted in the Non-climbable zone for a pool. AS 1926.1-2012 Non-climbable zone extends from the barrier (pool fence) 300mm into the pool area and 900mm outside the pool area.

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    14/6-38 Blenheim Street Queens Park NSW 2022
    about 1 month ago, 690 metres away

    Remove two (2) Gum Trees from the rear boundary of the property. The root system is pushing on the retaining wall between no. 36 & 40 Blenheim Street, the roots are exposed in the rear yard. Even though the damage is minor and the trees are still relatively young, they have the potential to reach massive proportions. As the trees grow, their woody roots will expand and lift the lawn, and cause further damage to the retaining wall. Over the past years these trees have dropped large dead and alive branches. While it may be possible to top dress the lawn to cover the roots, and carry out some minor pruning, it would not address the damage to the retaining wall. The only practical way of abating the current damage and preventing further damage is to order the removal of the tree.

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