132 Military Road Dover Heights NSW 2030

Remove one (1) Fig tree located at the back right corner of the block. This tree has insufficient space in which to develop. The tree is only young however, there is evidence of large buttress roots forming. As it continues to grow it will cause ongoing damages to the boundary fence and the pool pump.

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website 4 months ago. It was received by them 1 day earlier.

(Source: Waverley Council, reference TPO-212/2019)

3 Comments

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  1. Allana Sheard commented

    Could you please list species name of fig and size. Concerns over the removal of food source and habitat in the area

  2. Layne commented

    Can Council please out into place, an Instruction on Tree Removal Requests:
    The Applicant must justify removal of Tree requests, with additional information as to why the removal is necessary.

    There are too many Tree Removal Requests. Habitat loss is to easy an option.
    Animals don't lije cement either!

  3. Hillary Goldsmith commented

    Some trees are not suitable for suburban areas - fig trees being one of them. Any tree that grows taller than 3M in height should be regularly trimmed (whether on private residential site or on council streetscapes) to prevent - amongst other things: damage to underground pipes, falling leaves blocking gutters and drains, compromising natural light into a property, compromising views, soiling (from bird droppings and foliage) on paved paths and cars, uprooting surfaces and sidewalks, possible danger of falling branches which can damage private property, or injure passing pedestrians.

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