Maintenance of a healthy tree population is an important mission in our young Shire. Established in 1994, the Surf Coast Shire is not only one of Victoria’s fastest growing regional communities, but one of the country’s hot spots for tourism. During peak season, the region’s permanent population of 30,000 more than triples, with many more […]
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Understanding the local and state regulations on removing and pruning trees is important to ensure that all work carried out on your private property is done legally and in line with the community goals for the local ecosystem. While these regulations can often appear confusing and opaque as a result of intersecting planning schemes and […]
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Tree Removal and Pruning Guidelines in the Mornington Peninsula The pruning and removal of trees on private properties throughout the Mornington Peninsula is an essential part of preserving the diverse ecosystem and protecting against the threat of bushfires. Across the region’s coast, creeks, hills and plains you can find almost 700 species of indigenous plants. […]
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Looking for Tree Removal in Geelong? The Council and community here in the Greater Geelong region value the presence of trees in our streets and our properties. Each year the Council plant 1050 new public street trees in an effort to develop our urban forest. Part of the maintenance of this tree population however, involves […]
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Removing a tree within the City of Stonnington generally requires a permit, as the Council maintains a zero tolerance policy towards the removal of trees without the necessary permit it is a good idea to familiarise yourself with the local laws.
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Tree removal and pruning in the City of Bayside is an important part of maintaining its healthy urban forest. Comprised of four main vegetation types; heathland, woodland, swamp and coastal vegetation, the Bayside landscape is home to a diverse array of flora and fauna. According to the Bayside Council, the high quality soil profile within […]
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Removing sick or damaged trees, extracting invasive root systems and trimming overweight branches are all essential elements of maintaining a healthy tree population, however due to the relatively low canopy cover in the City of Moreland acquiring approval for treeworks is not an easy process.
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Removing a tree in the Boroondara Council region has become noticeably more complicated since its 2017 Community Plan identified the protection and increase of canopy tree cover on private as its priority. This objective came in response to a 2016 canopy cover assessment which found that despite an overall increase of canopy cover in the […]
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Removing a tree in the City of Casey is complicated by a number of factors; the size and variation of the landscape, the Council’s goal of increasing tree coverage; the expansive register of significant trees and the obscurity of the guidelines on the Council’s website.
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Before you think about removing a tree in the Knox City Council region make sure you have familiarised yourself with the local rules and regulations, for the planning controls implemented to protect vegetation and trees are enforced and the penalties for violating these controls can be harsh.
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