39 Wiley Street Waverley NSW 2024

Remove one (1) Eucalyptus citriodora adjacent to rear boundary. This tree is unsuitable & unsustainable in its location, it continuously drops large branches and presents an unacceptable level of risk to residents. This tree has shifted within its location and is now leaning to one side, putting it at risk of failure.

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website 10 months ago. It was received by them 1 day earlier.

(Source: Waverley Council, reference TPO-75/2020)


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  1. B Hayes commented

    There appear to be no justification for removing this native tree. This is a beautiful native eucalyptus tree that provide essential habitat and shade. It should not be removed unless it is dangerous due to disease. If it is removed it should be replaced by another mature native tree.

  2. Rodney Scherer commented

    I do agree about the loss of habitat, without knowing what the species is it is difficult to say if it could be successfully pruned or coppiced. It is very tall and gangly and probably drops branches! It's a shame as it is the only decent tree in that location. Please try to prune it a bit at a time and see if it can be saved. There are no such things a transplantable mature native tree the best that could be done is a Grevilia Robusta. Good for birds, Screening and when mature and needs to go can provide a beautiful timber. Why more are not grown? (probably because they drop dead flowers, birds pick them off and bird droppings can be a tad messy in that regard!) An exotic which I love and can be transplanted as decent size tree is Liriodendron tulipifera. Deciduous, great shade, and fabulous green and orange flowers. The Tulip tree can be pruned and provide beautiful cool shade in the blistering heat.

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