27 Hercules Street Chatswood NSW 2067.

Review - Removal of 2 cypress trees at the rear of the property

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(Source: Willoughby City Council, reference TVPA-2023/162/A)


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  1. Anna Greco commented

    reference TVPA-2023/162/A no documents have been supplied

  2. Mary Ann Irvin commented

    There appears to be very little vegetation at all on this property. I strongly support retaining any trees that have survived thus far.
    Would also appreciate having the application documentation included in the notice of TVPA

  3. john commented

    I support the removal of the tree.
    And apologise to the owner for the madness they should even need to ask permisson to do so.

  4. john commented

    Please remove tree ASAP.

    Tree roots cause massive water wastage with countless water mains pipes been ruptured from tree roots, and they leak endlessly under ground. But above ground no visible leakage. My neighbour had this for 25 years before she worked it out.

    We are moving into the Hottest Driest Year ON RECORD.
    And Sydney Water is advertiisng already to conserve water use.

    Tree roots clog sewer pipes causing HEALTH DANGERS from backed up sewerage.

    Tree roots clog water storm pipes and in a large rain, the water can back up and flood the property.

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