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20/1541/TRE | 1. Removal of large sitka spruce due to it's close proximity to the house. The tree is thinning, indicating poor health. 2. Removal of multi-stem Cupressus Lawsonii to improve light level to house and garden. This is a lower quality tree and would be replaced with further planting. Removal of 1 & 2 will improve light and sight of large Beech tree. 3. Thinning and reducing height of overgrown hedge. Hedge comprises of a mixture of overgrown Cupressus leylandii conifer, bay, holly, eleagnus. Permission is sought to remove Lelandii and to reduce height and bulk of other shrubs to promote denser growth, while allowing light to the walnut and the two Cotoneaster trees. The goal is to enhance the screening effect of the hedge whilst improving growing conditions for the more valuable specimens. 4. Partial removal of lower limb and dead wood from Cedrus atlantic gluca. This is a large specimen tree in the garden. The pruning of lower limb will improve light levels beneath and raise the canopy a little. Dead wood removal would improve general appearance and sight-lines. | Providence Cottage Bear Lane Budleigh Salterton EX9 7AQ
Reference 20/1541/TRE
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Application Validated Tue 21 Jul 2020
Address Providence Cottage Bear Lane Budleigh Salterton EX9 7AQ
Proposal 1. Removal of large sitka spruce due to it's close proximity to the house. The tree is thinning, indicating poor health.
2. Removal of multi-stem Cupressus Lawsonii to improve light level to house and garden. This is a lower quality tree and would be replaced with further planting. Removal of 1 & 2 will improve light and sight of large Beech tree.
3. Thinning and reducing height of overgrown hedge. Hedge comprises of a mixture of overgrown Cupressus leylandii conifer, bay, holly, eleagnus. Permission is sought to remove Lelandii and to reduce height and bulk of other shrubs to promote denser growth, while allowing light to the walnut and the two Cotoneaster trees. The goal is to enhance the screening effect of the hedge whilst improving growing conditions for the more valuable specimens.
4. Partial removal of lower limb and dead wood from Cedrus atlantic gluca. This is a large specimen tree in the garden. The pruning of lower limb will improve light levels beneath and raise the canopy a little. Dead wood removal would improve general appearance and sight-lines.
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