|Address||94 Fir Tree Lane Bristol BS5 8BJ
|Proposal||Hawthorn (T1). 3m crown height reduction. Re-shape crown. Hawthorn (T2). 2m crown height reduction. Re-shape crown. 3 no. Damson (G3). Fell Ash (T4). Fell. 2 No. Hawthorn (G5). 2m crown height reduction. Re-shape crown. Blackthorn (T6). Re-coppice. Dogwood (T7). Remove due to low amenity value. Sycamore (T8). Fell. Hawthorn (T9).Fell. Sycamore (T10). Fell. Plum (T11). Fell Plum (T12). Fell. Sycamore (T13). Crown clean. 20% crown thin. 2m Crown reduction. awthorn (T14). Fell' Plum (T15). Fell Ash (T16). Fell. Cherry (T17). 3m crown height reduction. Re-shape crown, Crown clean.|
|Type||Works to Trees in Conservation Areas|
|Neighbour Consultation Expiry||12-02-21|
|Decision||Preservation Order NOT REQUIRED|
|BCC Planning Portal||on Planning Portal|
|Public Comments||Supporters: 0 Objectors: 21 Unstated: 1 Total: 22|
|No. of Page Views||0|
|Comment analysis||Date of Submission|
|Nearby Trees||Within 200m|
Recommendation submitted 02-02-21
Decision - Preservation Order NOT REQUIRED
Observations Consultation complete: 18 objections received. Objections summarised as: 1. Loss of habitat and wildlife corridor 2. Impact on wildlife 3. Impact on No reason for works provided Tree Officers
1. The subject trees are constrained to those in poor condition or poor form - the numerous remaining trees will continue to contribute to the local wildlife.
2. Not a consideration of a 211 Notification I'm afraid.
3. A reason is not required for a 211 notification.
During my site visit the resident stated the area has not been managed for several years. The steeply sloping site faces Troopers Hill - the garden is clearly visible from Troopers Hill and the site contributes to the local amenity value.
The proposed tree works includes the felling of several small trees with poor structural and physiological condition. Due to their small stature, the loss of these trees will not impact the amenity value of the conservation area. I have uploaded an annotated photograph from Troopers Hill, which shows all significant trees on site will be retained. Due to the small stature and poor condition of these trees, I have no objections.
The works proposed are acceptable.
We have submitted our comments objecting to this application.
See also 06/05079/F | Erection of 1 no. two storey dwellinghouse with 4 no. bedrooms. | Land Adjacent To 92 Fir Tree Lane Bristol BS5 8BJ:
item 10 Grant states:
“The ‘Conservation Area’ and badger corridor shown on drawing number 92/FTL/SG/S/02 Revision B shall be protected during the course of construction by 1.8m high protective fencing along the line of the 1.8m high closeboarded boundary fence unless otherwise agreed in writing by the Local Planning Authority. Thereafter a 1.8m high close boarded fence shall be erected and the ‘Conservation Area’ managed in full accordance with the Badger Report dated 11 July 2007 unless otherwise agreed in writing by the Local Planning Authority.
Reason: In order to protect the ‘Conservation Area’ during and after the construction in the interest of the appearance of the area and nature conservation.”