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Planning Application Number: 49/18/00033

Parish/Town Council: Weare

Application Progress:

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Application Received
29/11/2018
Application Registered
04/12/2018
Comments Welcome By
03/01/2019
Application is Under Consideration
Application Decided
04/01/2019
Appeal Received
Appeal Decided
Type:
Works to Trees
Location:
Badgworth Court, Badgworth Lane, Weare, Axbridge, BS26 2QZ
Proposal:
5 No. holm oak trees (T4-T8 shown G5) beside the pavilion, crown lift to up to 3m above ground level, reduce lateral spread over the drive and pavilion by up to 2m radial spread.
Case Officer:
Janette Burton
Registered Date:
04/12/2018
Applicant:
Mr Morris
Applicant Address:
Badgworth Court Badgworth Lane Weare Axbridge BS26 2QZ
Agent:
Arboricare Ltd
Agent Address:
New Rendy Farm Oake Taunton TA41BB
Consultation Start Date:
04/12/2018
Earliest Decision Date:
04/01/2019
Committee or Delegated:
Delegated
Committee Date:
Not Applicable
Decision:
Granted Permission
Decision Date:
04/01/2019
 Conditions and Reasons
1
Works as specified in this application shall be carried out within 2 years from the date this consent is authorised. Reason: To accord with the guidance contained in the National Planning Practice Guidance Tree Preservation Orders and trees in conservation areas.
2
All tree works shall be in accordance with BS3998:2010 (Recommendation for tree works). Reason: In the interests of good arboricultural practice.
3
If works are programmed to take place within the main bird nesting season (March to September inclusive) then a survey should be undertaken by a qualified ecologist and submitted to the LPA immediately prior to commencement. If evidence of nesting birds is found then works must not take place until the chicks have fledged, to be verified by the ecologist. Prior to implementing the proposed surgery, the trees shall be inspected to establish that there are no bat roosts located within the canopy of the trees. Should evidence of bats be found then the advice of a qualified ecologist must be sought to ensure that no disturbance of any roost occurs. Reason: In the interests of biodiversity and in order to safeguard protected species.