3 Robert Street Artarmon NSW 2064.

Request to remove 4 trees.

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website 17 days ago. It was received by them 1 day earlier.

(Source: Willoughby City Council, reference TVPA-2020/418)

9 Comments

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  1. Jared Clancy commented

    ATTN: General Manager

    As an owner two streets away i have significant concern with this proposal and the precedent it will set to remove vegetation in the area. the tall trees of artarmon on this block is the single defining and most important and valuable characteristic. These trees specifically provide shade, aesthetic value and a consistent streetscape.

    My partner and i are strongly in favor of rejecting this application.

    many thanks

  2. Ellie Horton commented

    The “leafy lower North Shore” no longer. What is our local area without the various birds and creatures a healthy amount of vegetation provides?

    This is already an area thats been well developed and many residents are on small floor plans. It is essential to keep as much vegetation in the local area as possible for the wellbeing of residents and the overall aesthetic of the neighbourhood. Further removal of vegetation strips character and liveability. I am particularly concerned for families in the area who have young children living in apartments who rely on the overall beauty and density of the vegetation in the area as a supplement for apartment living.

    Kind regards,

  3. Eva Wiland commented

    There seems to be no particular or valid reason for these four magnificent trees to be removed. In case they are diseased, nor is there any suggestion they should be replaced.

  4. Christine Razga commented

    I agree I would hate to see these trees removed. They are magnificent and add to the beauty of the area.

  5. Jorge Gonzalez commented

    I am sending this email on behalf of the block of units at 7 Eric Road, ARTARMON

  6. Mary Ann Irvin commented

    I have read the report and agree that the trees do need to be removed.
    It would be good to know that Council will monitor the new trees planted to replace them

  7. Ellie Horton commented

    The “leafy lower North Shore” no longer. What is our local area without the various birds and creatures a healthy amount of vegetation provides?

    This is already an area thats been well developed and many residents are on small floor plans. It is essential to keep as much vegetation in the local area as possible for the wellbeing of residents and the overall aesthetic of the neighbourhood. Further removal of vegetation strips character and liveability. I am particularly concerned for families in the area who have young children living in apartments who rely on the overall beauty and density of the vegetation in the area as a supplement for apartment living.

    Kind regards,

  8. Mrs Arabella Merriman commented

    As a long term resident of the Lower North Shore,  I cannot stress enough about the value of old beauties such as these. So much redevelopment within the area and surrounds into high density living has seen the loss of so much landscape and aged treescape.
    As a result of this so many apartment livers rely solely on trees such as these to brighten the surrounding environment and add aesthetic value to their properties. There is animal life, shade and character from these four trees and loosing them from the street would sadly remove another chunck of life from the area.

    My husband and I are strongly against this proposal and would be devastated to see them removed.

  9. Robert Newman commented

    Having read the arborist report and other documents (covering 22 trees on the property) and viewed the six trees on the Northern boundary in the area I approve the removal of these four damaged trees.

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