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Protected Tree Planning Application Appeals and Tree Preservation Order Appeals

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Protected Tree Planning Application Appeals

The Local Authority makes decisions about work on trees protected by preservation orders. You can appeal if you applied to cut down or carry out work on a protected tree and you disagree with the decision or a decision wasn’t made within 8 weeks. You can also appeal if you disagree with a tree replacement notice you’ve been given.

East Devon Tree Care can help submit your appeal and liaise with the Local Authority and the assigned Case Officer from the Planning Inspectorate, on your behalf. Please contact us for further information.

Tree Preservation Order Appeals

When a Local Authority decides to make a new tree preservation order, they will have to inform all persons interested in the land and affected by the order that a protected tree preservation order has been made. A copy of the order will also have to be made available for public inspection.

There is an appeal process which can be followed if the landowner or any person interested in the land wishes to contest the new order.

East Devon Tree Care can help submit your appeal and liaise with the Local Authority on your behalf. Please contact us for further information.