119 Henrietta Street Waverley NSW 2024

Remove one (1) Gum tree located adjacent to rear wall.

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website 8 months ago. It was received by them 1 day earlier.

(Source: Waverley Council, reference TPO-13/2020)


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  1. Emma Smythe commented

    Unable to read the permit application. What format has this been saved in? Why does the tree need to be removed? Object to any tree being removed unless it is dead and likely to cause injury to people or damage to property.

  2. Richard allen commented

    Why does a gumtree need to be remove in this area. When council is promoting living connections, planning of trees for bird life...why

  3. John Flint commented

    Waverley council, should ensure any applications for removal of trees are presented in a form that gives sufficient information to the public so that they can make informed comment. This should also include photos of the tree.
    With the fires destroying much of the native habitat around Sydney it is important to leave as many trees in the urban environment so that displaced birds can find a new home.

    This application has been uploaded to the councils document repository as a raw email with embedded PDF document . 99% of the public are not going to be able to decode this file.

    To Emma Smythe and others commenting on planning alerts site, the application is for removal of a gum tree in the back yard. The owner states it is dead. There is correspondence from 2017 whereby in a previous application the council only allowed part of the tree to be pruned. The part remaining has apparently now died.

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