Weekly Lists > B/21/0343

Reference B/21/0343
Location St Marys Church, Market Place, Swineshead, Boston, PE20 3LJ
Proposal Application for works to trees within a conservation area to include: T1- Split tree- Remove to ground level T2- (London Plane)- Reduce two hollow limbs T3- (Limes)- Remove epicormic growth on trunk up to previous crown raising T4- (Cedar)- Crown raise lower limbs T5- (Yew)- Reduce back branches T6- (Fir)- Remove to ground level T7- (Conifer)- Reduce by 30% T8- (Conifer)- Remove windblown section of conifer to 6ft stump and reduce remaining part of conifer to 20ft in height
Received On 19/07/2021
Type Notification to carry out works on trees
Decision Favourable Planning decision
Decision Date30/07/2021
ApplicantSt Mary the Virgin Church
Parish Swineshead Parish Council
Case Officer Peter Udy


Name Date Download
Tree Plan 20/07/2021
Tree Works 20/07/2021
Application Form 20/07/2021
Decision Notice 30/07/2021
Planning Officer report 30/07/2021


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