21 Kensington Road Summer Hill NSW 2130

Tree Removal - Removal of an Illawarra Flame Tree and pruning of two other on-site trees

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(Source: Inner West Council, reference DA/2023/0905)


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  1. Stuart Hickson commented

    Why is the native Flame Tree being removed? I oppose this DA as these trees are wonderful and should stay.

  2. J. Ocallaghan commented

    I object to this DA to remove this established flame tree from 21 Kensington Rd Summer Hill. This tree provides habitat to local birds and wildlife; as well as providing shade, beauty and tree canopy to the local area.
    The proposed removal of this tree would result in further loss of habitat, and reduces the tree canopy of large native trees in the inner west.
    If necessary, the tree could be pruned, rather than its removal entirely.

  3. Kitty F commented

    I support this tree removal because, as the application states, the tree is dead, it offers no shade as it has lost its foliage, and it does not provide a habitat for fauna for the same reasons. The removal of this tree will make way for the planting of a healthy tree that will provide shade for years to come

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