29 Gow Street Balmain NSW 2041

Removal of 1 x Tree

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website about 6 years ago. It was received by them 3 days earlier.

(Source: Inner West Council (Leichhardt), reference D/2014/304)

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  1. Jeanette Milne commented

    I received a Notice of Development Application for 29 Gow Street (D/2014/304)

    I wish to object to the removal of the tree.

    - it is the major tree in a small cluster used by birds. Even small clusters of trees in urban areas are used by migrating birds.

    - it is healthy, showing new growth

    - it is aesthtically beautiful

    - it is one of the few remaining mature trees in Gow Street. Any replacement would take decades to reach comparable maturity

    - it is one of the tallest trees in Gow Street. Any replacement would take decades to reach the same height.

    - this tree provides habitat for wildlife, improves air quality, and helps reduce water runoff and erosion

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