Applications nearby

Other applications in the last 2 months within 2 km of 2 Willaburra Road Burraneer NSW 2230

  1. 193 Gannons Road Caringbah South NSW 2229
    5 days ago, 990 m away

    Dangerous remainder of tree needs to be immediately removed after large adjourning section fell in storm (blocking public road/taking down powerlines etc requiring SES removal - photos available) in late 2019. Originally thought to be on Council land (CR19388821) but Council states it is private property so this new application is being made on Council's advice. Tree at real risk of falling due to poor condition and loss of support/stability.

  2. 73 Flinders Road Woolooware NSW 2230
    about 1 month ago, 1.1 km away

    This tree is causing anxiety and fear with my family, and local residences who use the foot path, that it will fall resulting in personal injury and possible death, due to its size. Also it will cause severe damage to our home and financial costs to my family. It too close to my home and the footpath. The primary school is around the corner, and innocent children may fall victim to this tree, which I do not want to see happen. Recently a branch fell down onto a pram, which this time there was no injury to the baby inside. This issue has been heightened, with recent severe storm damage to north shore properties. In the past, this tree has seen branches fall down on power lines, resulting in the local blackouts. Also the roots have caused the main water pipes leading into our property to break. The tree is just not right for built up residential areas, it belongs in National Parks. Replacing this tree with smaller native trees is safer for everyone living in the Woolooware area.

  3. 73 Flinders Road Woolooware NSW 2230
    about 1 month ago, 1.1 km away

    This tree is causing anxiety and fear with my family, and local residences who use the foot path, that it will fall resulting in personal injury and possible death, due to its size. Also it will cause severe damage to our home and financial costs to my family. It too close to my home and the footpath. The primary school is around the corner, and innocent children may fall victim to this tree, which I do not want to see happen. Recently a branch fell down onto a pram, which this time there was no injury to the baby inside. This issue has been heightened, with recent severe storm damage to north shore properties. In the past, this tree has seen branches fall down on power lines, resulting in the local blackouts. Also the roots have caused the main water pipes leading into our property to break. The tree is just not right for built up residential areas, it belongs in National Parks. Replacing this tree with smaller native trees and shrubs is safer for everyone living in the Woolooware area.

  4. 73 Flinders Road Woolooware NSW 2230
    about 1 month ago, 1.1 km away

    This tree is causing anxiety and fear with my family, and local residences who use the foot path, that it will fall resulting in personal injury and possible death, due to its size. Also it will cause severe damage to our home and financial costs to my family. It too close to my home and the footpath. The primary school is around the corner, and innocent children may fall victim to this tree, which I do not want to see happen. Recently a branch fell down onto a pram, which this time there was no injury to the baby inside. This issue has been heightened, with recent severe storm damage to north shore properties. In the past, this tree has seen branches fall down on power lines, resulting in the local blackouts. Also the roots have caused the main water pipes leading into our property to break. The tree is just not right for built up residential areas, it belongs in National Parks. Replacing this tree with smaller native trees and shrubs is safer for everyone living in the Woolooware area.

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