If you have a site, not within inner London or in.
May 19, Your local council is in control of all trees on public land as well as on private land. All trees are viewed as ‘the community’s trees ’ rather than you having personal ownership.
You can however get the council to remove or a tree if it is causing issues for you and your property or you have noted it as being shrubhauling.barted Reading Time: 3 mins. You will need to see council permission to cut a tree down on your property once they reach a certain height.
There are circumstances when you do not need to seek approval from the council. You will not need permission when your tree is: Dead; Hazardous; Already fallen; Recognized noxious species; it’s too small to be considered “significant”Estimated Reading Time: 4 mins. The council does not prune or cut down trees which are blocking light or affecting television reception. Bird droppings, sap or pollen. Unfortunately pruning a tree won’t stop sap or pollen Author: Becky Shergill.
Contact the council in your area for more information.
Aug 19, The council will do it if you mention disability. Mind you trees cut back that sharply are useless and look ugly. It takes them ages to grow back to a decent condition. Apr 11, A TPO is an order made by a local council to protect specific trees, groups of trees, or whole woodland areas. The impact of its loss on the local environment, its size and form, rarity, cultural or historic value, contribution to landscape, and other factors such as nature conservation and climate change are all considered before a TPO is put in place.
Mar 24, The trees branches often break and fall into peoples gardens, may of them are council houses, so the council have to come and pay for repairs to peopls windows and gardens somtimes.
The trees. Nov 20, If the answer is yes, the council will expect your application to be accompanied by a tree survey. If this shows that trees could be affected, then you’ll. The Council is not responsible for trees it does not own. It has no legal obligation to take action and is not liable for damage caused by trees owned by others.
However we will normally agree to. Important trees are protected by Tree Preservation Orders, which means that only in exceptional cases can works to a tree take place. Trees and building developments Trees are covered under the planning process even if they are not in a conservation area or do not have a tree preservation order (TPO).