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56 Lamrock Avenue Bondi Beach NSW 2026

Remove two (2) Casuarinas adjacent to rear boundary.

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

(Source: Waverley Council, reference TPO-118/2021)

8 Comments

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  1. Nick Pellow commented

    These trees are so important for the endangered Red Tailed Black Cockatoo:
    "The species is highly dependent on seeds from just three tree species, "
    https://www.environment.gov.au/biodiversity/threatened/species/20-birds-by-2020/red-tailed-black-cockatoo

    I heard, then saw a flock of 5 them flying through Bondi, to Marks Park a few weeks ago. It was just an amazing sight and sound!

    It will be a huge loss for all residents of Bondi to encourage further destruction of their limited food source by removing not only these two specimens, however also taking away the ability for further such trees to be sown and grown.

  2. stan mcdonald commented

    There needs to be a very strong case made for the removal of any non-invasive native trees because of all the environmental benefits they.bring.That is the case even though red-tailed black cockatoos do not range into Sydney.What does nest locally and range over the eastern Suburbs are yellow tailed black cockatoos,a different specie with a very broad appetite.

  3. Nicolette Boaz commented

    These casuarinas are old mature trees so there should be an exceptionally good reason to tear them down. They provide rare habitat for our last possum population and unlimited bird and insect respite. If they are cut down there should be many many more planted elsewhere to compensate, bearing in mind that NOTHING replaces a mature tree.

  4. Jack Lowenstein commented

    There are appears to be no justification for yet another tree removal application. Our wildlife is on the verge of extinction. Every tree removal is another blow to our human survival.

  5. Jack Lowenstein commented

    There are appears to be no justification for yet another tree removal application. Our wildlife is on the verge of extinction. Every tree removal is another blow to our human survival.

  6. Jack Lowenstein commented

    There are appears to be no justification for yet another tree removal application. Our wildlife is on the verge of extinction. Every tree removal is another blow to our human survival.

  7. Jack Lowenstein commented

    There are appears to be no justification for yet another tree removal application. Our wildlife is on the verge of extinction. Every tree removal is another blow to our human survival.

  8. ben simons commented

    I agree with the comments about the risk to the Red Tailed Black Cockatoo.

    https://www.environment.gov.au/system/files/pages/71822ed0-6e58-4bae-8853-b72c84c1bc3d/files/red-tailed-black-cockatoo-year-3-scorecard.pdf

    Old Native Trees are important to protect, especially those that support Threatened Species.

    What sort of trees are they? https://backyardbuddies.org.au/backyard-buddies/sheoak/

    Who thinks about planting a tree for 50 or 100 years time - into the future? It's hard to get an old tree; takes a while..

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