44 Somerset Street Epping NSW 2121

Tree Application - Removal of One (1) Tree

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website 27 days ago. It was received by them 1 day earlier.

(Source: Parramatta City Council, reference TA/32/2020)

2 Comments

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  1. M.McCartney commented

    I object to the request by a real estate agent for the removal of this tree just because it is dropping branches. The species needs to be included in the application to ensure the type of tree it is and its significance. In the image it appears to be an indigenous tree. Trees are important for cooling our suburb, for air quality and providing support for the struggling wildlife. To remove a tree just because it drops branches is inappropriate. Epping is a leafy suburb and leaves on the ground are part of the character of the suburb which many of us love. To remove our trees is destroying our suburb and adding to global warming. There are plenty of other suburbs where people who do not like trees can go to live. Enough is enough Epping has already lost too many trees for no good reason.

  2. concerned citizen commented

    I agree with the above comment. What type of tree is it? Perhaps it can be pruned to make it safer? How about asking an arborist to quote for pruning? We need to keep our trees to improve the local microclimate. Especially during these hot summers.
    We need to maintain our trees in Epping.

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