8. Trees - Additional Information
For all trees
A sketch plan clearly showing the position of trees listed in Question 7 must be provided when applying for works to trees covered
by a TPO. A sketch plan is also advised when notifying the LPA of works to trees in a conservation area (see guidance notes).
It would also be helpful if you provided details of any advice given on site by an LPA officer.
For works to trees covered by a TPO
Please indicate whether the reasons for carrying out the proposed works include any of the following. If so, your application
must be accompanied by the necessary evidence to support your proposals. (See guidance notes for further details)
2. Alleged damage to property - e.g. subsidence or damage to drains or drives.
If YES, you are required to provide for:
A report by an engineer or surveyor, to include a description of damage, vegetation, monitoring data, soil, roots
and repair proposals. Also a report from an arboriculturist to support the tree work proposals.
Other structural damage (e.g. drains, walls and hard surfaces)
Written technical evidence from an appropriate expert, including description of damage and possible solutions.
Documents and plans (for any tree)
Are you providing separate information (e.g. an additional schedule of work for Question 7)?
Additional information may be attached to electronic communications or provided separately in paper format.
1. Condition of the tree(s) - e.g. it is diseased or you have fears that it might break or fall:
If YES, you are required to provide written arboricultural advice or other
diagnostic information from an appropriate expert.
If YES, please provide the reference numbers of plans, documents, professional reports, photographs etc in support of your application.
If they are being provided separately from this form, please detail how they are being submitted.
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9. Authority Employee / Member
It is an important principle of decision-making that the process is open and transparent. For the purposes of this question, "relating to"
means related, by birth or otherwise, closely enough that a fair-minded and informed observer, having considered the facts, would
conclude that there was bias on the part of the decision-maker in the local planning authority.
If Yes, please provide details of their name, role and how you are related to them.
Do any of the following statements apply to you and/or agent? With respect to the authority, I am:
(a) a member of staff
(b) an elected member
(c) related to a member of staff
(d) related to an elected member