Thomas Hogan Reserve Francis Street Bondi Beach NSW 2026

Works to Thomas Hogan Reserve including landscaping, tree removal and various other modifications to the Community Hall.

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website about 1 year ago. It was received by them 3 days earlier.

(Source: Waverley Council, reference DA-139/2019)


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  1. kathleen tangney commented

    Can't believe you're cutting down trees

    in a P A R K !!!!

    Hello concrete jungle..!!!

  2. D. R Farr commented

    Why are the trees being removed.Please ensure that any trees removed are replaced by others.

  3. Adrian commented

    I am glad to see them go as a Camphor laurel tree is a highly invasive evergreen tree that has a tendency to form single species communities and exclude most other desirable native vegetation. Please replace them with some native vegetation.

  4. Jennifer commented

    Yes hopefully suitable replacements will be planted. I’ve witnessed this incredible green space become neglected and degraded over the past 10 years. The park also needs a paved path up to the steps leading to Martins Avenue as the supposed grass cover is a dust bowl.

  5. Mon commented

    Those trees are not environmentally friendly.

  6. virginia commented

    Certainly Camphor Laurels are invasive trees but fauna would still use them and if they are all removed at once habitat will be removed.I hope Council will remove them in a staged process and replace them with native vegetation.

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