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On 23 FebruaryCouncil adopted a new policy to manage tree and vegetation vandalism that ensures a consistent approach to the management of vandalism of trees and other vegetation on public land. The policy was updated folloing feedback from the community late last year, it reinforces our commitment to protecting our natural environment and gives us a range of tools, including education and enforcement, to manage unlawful damage to tress and bushfelling.barted Reading Time: 6 mins.
If the council feels you do not have sufficient grounds to remove the tree they may decide that it should stay.
If you live on the Central Coast, there are council rules in place that may limit your options. If you live on Central Coast, you don’t need the approval to cut down a tree if – The tree is under 3m in height; The tree is within 3m of a Council approved structure (pool, house, building) The tree is an exempt species and considered to be a weedEstimated Reading Time: 6 mins. Feb 01, 1. The 3m removal rule – The removal or pruning of trees or vegetation located within 3 metres of an existing approved structure, located on the subject or adjoining private land, with the written consent of the landowner (s) > Form Download – Trees within 3m removal bushfelling.barted Reading Time: 7 mins.
Our COVID information areadetails all impacts to Council services, facilities and programs as well as the local response to coronavirus. Private tree works application (up to 5 trees) that are not part of a vegetation community.
This section provides advice on the application process for removal or pruning of up to a maximum of 5 trees, where. the tree/s are not part of a vegetation community (complex)which typically incorporates trees Estimated Reading Time: 7 mins.
If you want to prune or remove a tree which is more than 3m away from a Council approved building such as your house, garage or pool, as measured from the base of the tree to the wall of the approved building. This distance is to be measured one (1) metre above ground level and between the face of the wall and the part of the trunk nearest the building.