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Reference B/21/0525
Location Cork Tree Crescent, Off London Road, Boston, PE21 7EQ
Proposal Application for works to trees subject to a Tree Preservation Order (Boston No.29) to include: T1 - Cork Oak - Temporary propping & trimming back of branches to allow demolition of surrounding buildings. Also methodology for demolition as outlined in Arboricultural Report
Received On 06/12/2021
Type Application for works affecting a TPO
Decision Favourable with conditions
Decision Date14/01/2022
ApplicantVinci Construction UK Ltd
Parish Boston Town Area Committee
Case Officer Peter Udy
Comment

Documents

Name Date Download
Application Form 06/12/2021
Tree Constraints Plan 06/12/2021
Arboricultural Report 06/12/2021
Arboricultural Inspection Report 06/12/2021
Decision 14/01/2022
Planning Officer Report 14/01/2022

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