3 Calder Road Rydalmere NSW 2116

Tree Application - 8 x tree removal or pruning.

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website 2 months ago. It was received by them 1 day earlier.

(Source: Parramatta City Council, reference TA/300/2019)

5 Comments

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  1. harkirat commented

    please stop killing nature. My vote for party who stop killing nature.

  2. Kathie Walters commented

    Parramatta City Council has completely lost its way and has no integrity. I have lost count of the trees scheduled for removal and yet PCC still spouts about preserving green areas and respecting nature. The developers own the council and trees are silent victims. This application is so vague as to be insulting to those of us who care about our environment.
    "8 x tree removal OR pruning". What on earth does that mean?
    My neighbours and I have emailed council on many occasions expressing our concerns and we have been lucky to receive an automated response. Sometimes not even that and certainly no further communication. Who and what is council for???????

  3. J. Muzzatti commented

    I totally agree with Kathie Walters comment. The current crop of office holders in PCC are appalling. I have emailed my local ward councillors on various issues - but do I get a response - NO. Our Dundas ward councillors (this includes the deputy lord mayor), are in my view, unprofessional, uncaring for their constituents, a bunch of do-nothing, pretend representatives of the people. Who voted for this rabble?

  4. W Cowan commented

    I agree with Kathie Walters comments .
    Developers are bullies showing no regard .

  5. harkirat commented

    Then why we cannot unite to raise the awareness.

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