St Catherines Girls School 26 Albion Street Waverley NSW 2024

Remove four (4) Lophostemon confertus (Brush Box) from the Northern boundary near gate 3.

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website 4 months ago. It was received by them 1 day earlier.

(Source: Waverley Council, reference TPO-88/2020)

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  1. stephen lightfoot commented

    I object to the removal of these native trees. We should really stop chopping down our native trees and St Catherine's should respect our neighbourhood's limited green canopy. We need more trees not less. Thanks

  2. Roger Rajaratnam commented

    It is disappointing St.Catherine's wants to chop down even more trees. Large trees have already been chopped down at the pool construction site. These current native trees are on the other side of the school, so why chop them down?

    The trees add value to the streetscape and neighbourhood. They also add value to St.Catherine's presentation to the public. They provide a habitat for wildlife. They provide shade and help moderate heat, especially with a warming climate.

    We should be protecting our trees and planting more, not chopping them down.

  3. Rodney Scherer commented

    I Agree with the previous 2 commentators. With respect, why are the trees being removed? I see no reason at all, is it some individuals whim. I wish these DA's would give the reasons. Shouldn't there be an offset? How are the removed biomass and Avian habitat being replaced? very disappointing

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