|Address||Stoke Lodge Sports Ground Shirehampton Road Sea Mills Bristol
|Proposal||T11 Oak - Fell dead tree. TPO 1192|
|Type||Tree Preservation Order|
|BCC Planning Portal||on Planning Portal|
|Public Comments||Supporters: 17 Objectors: 0 Total: 17|
|No. of Page Views||0|
|Comment analysis||Map Date of Submission|
|Nearby Trees||Within 200m|
Although our application was refused, the tree will be replaed anyway
I refer to the above application relating to the following works:-
T11 Oak - Fell dead tree. TPO 1192
The application was determined on 6 January 2021 under authority delegated by the council.
Consent for the proposal(s) is REFUSED for the following reason(s):-
1 Reason for refusal: This application is refused as the tree removal and replacement has been covered by an approved application (20/05776/VP).
See 20/05776/VP - https://pa.bristol.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&keyVal=QKNW7GDNH4500. Application granted as follows:
Replacement Tree following felling of TPO Tree T11 - TPO 1192 A replacement tree shall be species Quercus Spp. and shall be planted within the first available planting season following the felling of the TPO tree hereby approved. The tree should be a minimum 12-14cm girth, and shall be planted in a suitable position within five metres of the original position of the removed tree in order to provide suitable replacement amenity value for the surrounding areas. The tree is to be suitably protected, maintained and watered to ensure successful establishment. Photographic evidence of the planting to be submitted to Bristol City Council Planning Department via email to:
firstname.lastname@example.org clearly stating application No 20/05776/VP. If the newly planted tree dies or fails to establish it will be replaced with a tree of the same species and specification until it is properly established and reaches a girth of 30cm's. Reason - To ensure the character of the conservation area is retained and that trees of value, which contribute to the character of the area, are successfully established.
Our primary purpose is to replace the dead tree with a living one. This Pedunculate Oak tree has been dead for many years and needs to be replaced.
Because it has a Tree Preservation Order (TPO), it will need to be replaced in accordance with S206 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990.
Although the owner of the land is obliged to plant another tree of an appropriate size and species at the same place as soon as they reasonably can, Bristol Tree Forum is happy to pay for the cost of its replacement.