28 Clonmore Street Beaumaris VIC 3193

VPO3 - Removal x 1

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website 15 days ago. It was received by them 1 day earlier.

(Source: Bayside City Council (Victoria), reference 566/2020)

5 Comments

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  1. Lisa O'Connor commented

    I strongly object to the removal of the large eucalyptus on this property. This tree contributes signifcantly to the visual landscape, canopy and wildlife of the local area. Over the 5 years I have lived close by, I have observed many native bird species using this tree, cockatoos, yellow-tailed black cockatoos, eastern rosellas, currawongs, magpies & tawny frogmouths. This tree is important as a habitat.

  2. Titia commented

    I object to this tree removal in a VPO3 zone. It forms an important part of the urban forest strategy as well as habitat and cooling capacity in line with the climate declaration by bcc in 2019. This particular street holds significant fauna and flora and this is part of its character. Please DO NOT remove this tree.

  3. Titia commented

    I object to this tree removal in a VPO3 zone. It forms an important part of the urban forest strategy as well as habitat and cooling capacity in line with the climate declaration by bcc in 2019. This particular street holds significant fauna and flora and this is part of its character. Please DO NOT remove this tree.

  4. Elouise commented

    I strongly object this tree is protected by the VPO 3. This is magnificent tree not only offers habitat to nature the canopy is important to help reduce climate change.

    The Bayside City council unanimously voted for a climate change emergency, as part of this emergency we need to protect as much tree canopy as possible, as a tree replacement will take years to have the same effect.

    Please consider the VPO3 and Climate Change Emergency before removing this tree!

  5. Titia commented

    I object to this tree removal in a VPO3 zone. It forms an important part of the urban forest strategy as well as habitat and cooling capacity in line with the climate declaration by bcc in 2019. This particular street holds significant fauna and flora and this is part of its character. Please DO NOT remove this tree.

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