Applications nearby

Other applications in the last 2 months within 2 km of 15 Flood Street Bondi NSW 2026

  1. 22 Narelle Street North Bondi NSW 2026
    29 days ago, 2 km away

    Remove and replace one (1) tree on side boundary on fence line. This tree is planted in an unsuitable location and has insufficient space to develop. The tree is only young however there is evidence of large buttress roots forming. Branches encroach onto both the owner’s and neighbouring properties, creating a safety hazard for the residents. To prune this tree away from the properties would require a significant amount to be removed, leaving the tree as a poor specimen.

  2. 32 Midelton Avenue North Bondi NSW 2026
    about 1 month ago, 1.9 km away

    Remove one (1) Callistemon from rear wall, adjacent to no.30 boundary. This tree has co-dominant stems - trees with twin trunks are often hazardous as they feature included bark and require prompt attention. As the two stems grow wider, some of this bark becomes trapped inside the junction. The bark compromises the integrity of the joint, increasing the chances of failure. The condition of the trunk cannot be remedied and the risks outweigh any benefits the tree may provide. Removal is supported.

  3. 213 Birrell Street Bronte NSW 2024
    about 1 month ago, 800 m away

    Remove one (1) Hills Weeping Fig from left corner of property. This tree is unsustainable in its location and has insufficient space to develop to its massive mature size. It is only young at around 30 years old, however there is already evidence of large buttress roots forming - these roots are pressing up against the foundation of the house causing worsening damage to the property as the tree grows and the woody roots expand. With 80% of the canopy over the road and the other 20% over the roof, to prune this tree would require a large amount to be removed, leaving it as a poor specimen. Any pruning of the canopy would not address the damage being caused by the roots. While it may be possible to install a root barrier along the foundation in order to contain the roots on the property, given the proximity of the tree to the house this would inevitably sever structural roots and predispose the tree to failure. Council cannot authorise tree retainment while creating potential hazards. The only practical and cost-effective way of abating the current damage and preventing further damage is to order the removal of the tree.

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