30 Brisbane Street Bondi Junction NSW 2022

Remove one (1) Corymbia citriodora from NE property corner.

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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-201/2021)

9 Comments

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  1. J Huber commented

    I am opposed to the removal of this Lemon Scented Gumtree.

    Lemon scented gum trees attract and sustain many different and diverse native birds.

    No reasons have been given for the removal of this particular tree.

    Too many of our mature trees are being removed or their canopies are being “pruned” so aggressively that they can no longer sustain the current wildlife and birds.

  2. Jeremy Bird commented

    Supported. (the objection, not the removal)

  3. J Huber commented

    I am opposed to the removal of this Lemon Scented Gumtree.

    Lemon scented gum trees attract and sustain many different and diverse native birds.

    No reasons have been given for the removal of this particular tree.

    Too many of our mature trees are being removed or their canopies are being “pruned” so aggressively that they can no longer sustain the current wildlife and birds.

  4. LHH commented

    I agree with the above comments - tree needs to be retained

  5. Nicolet commented

    That should never be allowed unless it is absolutely essential. They are one of the most beautiful trees mAustralia has and every effort possible should be made to keep them alive and healthy.

  6. Ana Strophe commented

    I object to the proposed removal of this tree. More than ever we need shade and habitat, and this is a native Australian tree. Declining habitat is a major problem in this area and we need to ensure consistency with Council's greening and climate policies. Permitting tree removal directly contravenes them.

  7. Gayle Walker commented

    Please do not approve the removal of this beautiful tree. It is shocking to see the number of applications for tree removal in our LGA. We have a wonderful variety of native animals on this street, in particular the little ringtail possums that roam our tree canopy every evening. All native flora and fauna need strong protection from the devastating results of habitat destruction which is happening at alarming rates all across Australia.

  8. Ana Strophe commented

    I object to the proposed removal of this tree. More than ever we need shade and habitat, and this is a native Australian tree. Declining habitat is a major problem in this area and we need to ensure consistency with Council's greening and climate policies. Permitting tree removal directly contravenes them.

  9. Kelsey Attwells commented

    Appalled that the Council is contravening its own commitment to environmental policy. Any tree removal needs strong justifications and the onus must be on the applicant.

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