2 Woodstock Lane Bondi Junction NSW 2022

Remove One (1) Silver Gum tree located on fence linein front of the garage. This tree is in decline showing abnormal growth and appearance. There is evidence of damages caused by Longicorn beetles. This Tree will not recover.

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website 2 months ago. It was received by them 1 day earlier.

(Source: Waverley Council, reference TPO-252/2019)

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  1. Amanda Hendriks commented

    The fence has clearly been built around the gum in the first place, it is a native tree and should be preserved.

  2. Tess Stamell commented

    This said gum tree is causing havoc in its surrounds : clogging property rain gutters, roof debris, as well as affecting the street/lane Drain which goes into our Waterways.
    Broken branches either dead or still with leaves break off easily in storms or when strong wind and are scattered everywhere.
    This Gum tree is Not an origin of the said space.
    It was planted in that spot by Developers when they purchased and renovated the run down six tiny premises in one setting [3 one bedroom terraces in Woodstock Street, and the adjoining 3 in the Woodstock Lane].
    The Developers sub divided the land, selling each property individually.
    There has been many a concern that in a freak storm this Gum Tree would topple over.
    The land mass that it stands on is Not suitable for such a large tree.
    2019Sep25

  3. Amanda Hendriks commented

    The fence has clearly been built around the gum in the first place, it is a native tree and should be preserved.

  4. Tess Stamell commented

    The Gum tree may be a native but it is in an Inappropriate position and is surrounded by Concrete. It was planted by Developers when they renovated 6 tiny one bedroom terraces and then sold off individually. Three of the premises are in Woodstock Street and the other 3 are in Woodstock Lane.
    The Gum tree overlooks Woodstock Lane and it is noted that the mid trunk is starting to rot. Thus it could be dangerous in a freak storm.
    The Tree is Not in a Healthy state and its debris clogs Woodstock Lane's water rain Drain which is very near by.

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