Application Details

Reference 20/05713/VC
Address Wills Hall Parrys Lane Bristol BS9 1AE  
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Proposal Lawsons Cypress (T1) - Fell Silver Birch (T2) - Crown lift to 5m to provide clearance with Glass House. Lombardy Cherry (T3) - Fell
Validated 27-11-20
Type Works to Trees in Conservation Areas
Status Decided
Determination Deadline 08-01-21
Decision Preservation Order NOT REQUIRED
Decision Issued 22-12-20
BCC Planning Portal BCC Planning Portal
Public Comments Supporters: 0 Objectors: 0  Unstated: 1  Total: 1
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Comment analysis   Date of Submission
Nearby Trees Within 200m

BTF response: NEUTRAL

The UoB has 2 applications in currently. I am only going to comment on one.

Putting aside the tree dispute between the residents of Stoke Bishop and the UoB several years ago, now I should like to thank the External Estates Manager of the University of Bristol for the professionalism of his arboreal management and for the manner in which the University makes "tree" applications in this precious Conservation Area.

Unlike with many applications, reasons for the work are clearly stated and future plans for re-planting, which is undertaken more often than not, are stated. It pleases the tree-minded residents very much, and they appreciate the efforts made. So do I, as I get very many fewer emails of outrage these days.

Public Comments

on 2020-12-14  

The UoB has 2 applications in currently. I am only going to comment on one.Putting aside the tree dispute between the residents of Stoke Bishop and the UoB several yearsago, now I should like to thank the External Estates Manager of the University of Bristol for theprofessionalism of his arboreal management and for the manner in which the University makes"tree" applications in this precious Conservation Area.Unlike with many applications, reasons for the work are clearly stated and future plans for re-planting, which is undertaken more often than not, are stated. It pleases the tree-minded residentsvery much, and they appreciate the efforts made. So do I, as I get very many fewer emails ofoutrage these days.with thanks