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Wonersh Parish Council (Lisa D… 29 Jan 2021

LPP2: Site Allocations and Development Management Policies Chapter 2: General Policies Trees and Landscape Trees and Landscape

  • Comment ID: /156
  • Status: Accepted
Not appicable.
Roger Trout 29 Jan 2021

LPP2: Site Allocations and Development Management Policies Chapter 2: General Policies Trees and Landscape Trees and Landscape

  • Comment ID: /283
  • Status: Accepted
DM11. There is an international/national alert to protect trees. Amend to include protection of pre-application of felling of trees shelterbelts/hedges, especially in allocated sites. All significant trees should have an automatic TPO as Condition of being an Allocated Site. Generally inadequate mitigation is currently accepted – enabling mature trees to be 'replaced' by pathetic tiny specimens which frequently are not looked after; recent worldwide politics suggest significant strengthening, wi
Surrey Wildlife Trust (Mike Waite) 29 Jan 2021

LPP2: Site Allocations and Development Management Policies Chapter 2: General Policies Trees and Landscape Trees and Landscape

  • Comment ID: /756
  • Status: Accepted
2.73. Trees are intrinsic to Waverley's character, with wooded hillsides a particularly important feature of the Borough. The Council considers that it is important that development seeks to retain trees and woodlands, and enhance them where possible; [With respect, how does one enhance the intrinsic landscape quality of a tree?] 2.75. Climate change and diseases such as ash dieback represent a major threat to the trees and woodlands across the country, while some imported species can reduce bi
Natural England (Victoria Huth) 28 Jan 2021

LPP2: Site Allocations and Development Management Policies Chapter 2: General Policies Trees and Landscape Trees and Landscape

  • Comment ID: /809
  • Status: Accepted
Ancient Woodland and Veteran Trees Some site allocations such as DS04, DS09 and DS15 are adjacent to ancient woodland. You should consider any impacts on ancient woodland and veteran trees in line with paragraph 175 of the NPPF. Natural England maintains the Ancient Woodland Inventory which can help identify ancient woodland. Natural England and the Forestry Commission have produced standing advice for planning authorities in relation to ancient woodland and veteran trees. It should be taken int
Colin Shearn 27 Jan 2021

LPP2: Site Allocations and Development Management Policies Chapter 2: General Policies Trees and Landscape Trees and Landscape

  • Comment ID: /720
  • Status: Accepted
Section 2.72 – 2.81. The objectives are good but the reality is that WBC has not protected the existing trees and landscape and I see no reason why this would change in the future as existing national and European protection has not been applied.