Applications nearby

Other applications in the last 2 months within 2 km of 48 Hardy Street Dover Heights NSW 2030

  1. 3 Oceanview Avenue Dover Heights NSW 2030
    23 days ago, 1.3 km away

    Remove three (3) Eucalypts at rear and right boundary. The Eucalypt adjacent to the side boundary was given permission to be removed in 2016, but wasn't. It is being suppressed by other trees, it has included bark and the potential to fail. This tree presents an unacceptable level of risk to the residents. The Eucalypt adjacent to the rear boundary continuously drops large branches, has included bark and the potential to fail - this tree presents an unacceptable level of risk to the residents. The Eucalypt on the rear boundary is in decline - showing abnormal growth and appearance with dieback and included bark at the branch junction. This tree has the potential to fail and presents an unacceptable level of risk to the residents. This tree will not recover.

  2. 49 Curlewis Street Bondi Beach NSW 2026
    about 1 month ago, 1.3 km away

    Remove one (1) Gum Tree adjacent to right rear boundary. The tree has shifted within its location - the trunk is within 1.5m of the neighbours granny flat and leaning to one side, putting the tree at risk of failure. The canopy has a large amount of deadwood throughout and 80% of it is on the neighbouring property, a large, dead branch is also over the neighbour’s roof. To prune this tree away from the property would require a significant amount to be removed, leaving the tree as a poor specimen.

  3. 347 Military Road Vaucluse NSW 2030
    16 days ago, 1.5 km away

    Remove one (1) Peppercorn Tree adjacent to rear boundary - this tree has succumbed to poor health due to natural causes, its physical condition will not recover. Remove one (1) Chinese Elm adjacent to kitchen window - this tree is located within 3 metres of the side property boundary and is unsuitable & unsustainable in its location. There is insufficient space for this tree to flourish and mature in good health and vigour. As it grows it will cause ongoing damage to the boundary enclosure and building.

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