Information

  • Audit Title

  • Document No.

  • Client / Site

  • Conducted on

  • Prepared by

  • Location
  • Personnel

Application details

  • Applicant name

  • Sketch showing location of trees

Tree 1

  • Tree species 1

  • Photograph of tree 1

  • Determination Tree 1

Tree 1 assessment

  • Is the tree in decline?

  • Has the tree been incorrectly pruned in the pasts?

  • Is the tree not growing true to form?

  • Is the tree causing property damage?

  • Is the tree interfering with sewer pipes?

  • Is the tree overcrowded by surrounding trees?

  • Has the tree been in appropriately planted?

  • Does the tree display weak branch structure?

  • Does the tree display a history of branch failure?

  • Is the tree interfering with overhead powerlines?

  • Does the tree display evidence of Bracket Fungi which may affect the structural integrity?

  • Does the tree display evidence of decay which may affect the structural integrity?

  • Does the tree contain cavities which may affect the structural integrity?

  • Is the tree a multi-trunked specimen which is prone to failure?

  • Does the tree include bark between stems/branches which may affect the structural integrity?

  • Does the tree display evidence of extensive termite activity which may affect structural integrity?

  • Is the tree dead and consent from Council not required for removal?

  • Is the tree exempt from Council's Tree and Bushland Management Provisions and therefore can be removed?

Pruning recommendations

  • Is to be retained as it was in healthy condition at time of inspection.

  • Pruned to shape by removing no more than 15% of the canopy. No cut shall be more than 150mm in diameter.

  • Deadwooded and selectively thinned by removing no more than 15% of the canopy. No cut shall be more than 150mm in diameter.

  • Deadwooded and pruned to shape by removing no more than 15% of the canopy. No cut shall be more than 150mm in diameter.

  • Deadwooded and pruned to reduce end weight by removing no more than 15% of the canopy. No cut shall be more than 150mm in diameter.

  • Conifers should be reduced in height by removing no more than 1/4 of the canopy.

  • To provide a 500mm clearance from overhead power lines.

  • Your neighbour must be notified prior to undertaking any pruning works on their tree.

  • To reduce the wind sail effect.

  • This will alleviate your concerns regarding branch drop.

  • The matter will be re-assessed once a plumbers/structural engineers/pest report is submitted, substantiating that the tree is causing damage to property.

  • Should you wish to submit a report from an independent, suitably qualified AQF Level 5 Arborist, to establish the viability of the tree/s, such a report will be reviewed by Council staff and a re-inspection carried out.

Tree 2

  • Does the application include a second tree?

  • Tree species 2

  • Photograph of tree 2

  • Determination Tree 2

Tree 2 assessment

  • Is the tree in decline?

  • Has the tree been incorrectly pruned in the pasts?

  • Is the tree not growing true to form?

  • Is the tree causing property damage?

  • Is the tree interfering with sewer pipes?

  • Is the tree overcrowded by surrounding trees?

  • Has the tree been in appropriately planted?

  • Does the tree display weak branch structure?

  • Does the tree display a history of branch failure?

  • Is the tree interfering with overhead powerlines?

  • Does the tree display evidence of Bracket Fungi which may affect the structural integrity?

  • Does the tree display evidence of decay which may affect the structural integrity?

  • Does the tree contain cavities which may affect the structural integrity?

  • Is the tree a multi-trunked specimen which is prone to failure?

  • Does the tree include bark between stems/branches which may affect the structural integrity?

  • Does the tree display evidence of extensive termite activity which may affect structural integrity?

  • Is the tree dead and consent from Council not required for removal?

  • Is the tree exempt from Council's Tree and Bushland Management Provisions and therefore can be removed?

Pruning recommendations

  • Is to be retained as it was in healthy condition at time of inspection.

  • Deadwooded and selectively thinned by removing no more than 15% of the canopy. No cut shall be more than 150mm in diameter.

  • Deadwooded and selectively thinned by removing no more than 15% of the canopy. No cut shall be more than 150mm in diameter.

  • Deadwooded and pruned to shape by removing no more than 15% of the canopy. No cut shall be more than 150mm in diameter.

  • Deadwooded and pruned to reduce end weight by removing no more than 15% of the canopy. No cut shall be more than 150mm in diameter.

  • Conifers should be reduced in height by removing no more than 1/4 of the canopy.

  • To provide a 500mm clearance from overhead power lines.

  • Your neighbour must be notified prior to undertaking any pruning works on their tree.

  • To reduce the wind sail effect.

  • This will alleviate your concerns regarding branch drop.

  • The matter will be re-assessed once a plumbers/structural engineers/pest report is submitted, substantiating that the tree is causing damage to property.

  • Should you wish to submit a report from an independent, suitably qualified AQF Level 5 Arborist, to establish the viability of the tree/s, such a report will be reviewed by Council staff nada re-inspection carried out.

Tree 3

  • Does the application include a third tree?

  • Tree species 3

  • Photograph of tree 3

  • Determination Tree 3

Tree 3 assessment

  • Is the tree in decline?

  • Has the tree been incorrectly pruned in the pasts?

  • Is the tree not growing true to form?

  • Is the tree causing property damage?

  • Is the tree interfering with sewer pipes?

  • Is the tree overcrowded by surrounding trees?

  • Has the tree been in appropriately planted?

  • Does the tree display weak branch structure?

  • Does the tree display a history of branch failure?

  • Is the tree interfering with overhead powerlines?

  • Does the tree display evidence of Bracket Fungi which may affect the structural integrity?

  • Does the tree display evidence of decay which may affect the structural integrity?

  • Does the tree contain cavities which may affect the structural integrity?

  • Is the tree a multi-trunked specimen which is prone to failure?

  • Does the tree include bark between stems/branches which may affect the structural integrity?

  • Does the tree display evidence of extensive termite activity which may affect structural integrity?

  • Is the tree dead and consent from Council not required for removal?

  • Is the tree exempt from Council's Tree and Bushland Management Provisions and therefore can be removed?

Pruning recommendations

  • Is to be retained as it was in healthy condition at time of inspection.

  • Pruned to shape by removing no more than 15% of the canopy. No cut shall be more than 150mm in diameter.

  • Deadwooded and selectively thinned by removing no more than 15% of the canopy. No cut shall be more than 150mm in diameter.

  • Deadwooded and pruned to shape by removing no more than 15% of the canopy. No cut shall be more than 150mm in diameter.

  • Deadwooded and pruned to reduce end weight by removing no more than 15% of the canopy. No cut shall be more than 150mm in diameter.

  • Conifers should be reduced in height by removing no more than 1/4 of the canopy.

  • To provide a 500mm clearance from overhead power lines.

  • Your neighbour must be notified prior to undertaking any pruning works on their tree.

  • To reduce the wind sail effect.

  • This will alleviate your concerns regarding branch drop.

  • The matter will be re-assessed once a plumbers/structural engineers/pest report is submitted, substantiating that the tree is causing damage to property.

  • Should you wish to submit a report that includes findings of an aerial inspection and supporting photographs from an independent, suitably qualified, AQF Level 5 Arborist to establish the viability of the tree/s, such a report will be reviewed by a council staff and re- inspection carried out.

Tree 4

  • Does the application include a fourth tree?

  • Tree species 4

  • Photograph of tree 4

  • Determination Tree 4

Tree 4 assessment

  • Is the tree in decline?

  • Has the tree been incorrectly pruned in the pasts?

  • Is the tree not growing true to form?

  • Is the tree causing property damage?

  • Is the tree interfering with sewer pipes?

  • Is the tree overcrowded by surrounding trees?

  • Has the tree been in appropriately planted?

  • Does the tree display weak branch structure?

  • Does the tree display a history of branch failure?

  • Is the tree interfering with overhead powerlines?

  • Does the tree display evidence of Bracket Fungi which may affect the structural integrity?

  • Does the tree display evidence of decay which may affect the structural integrity?

  • Does the tree contain cavities which may affect the structural integrity?

  • Is the tree a multi-trunked specimen which is prone to failure?

  • Does the tree include bark between stems/branches which may affect the structural integrity?

  • Does the tree display evidence of extensive termite activity which may affect structural integrity?

  • Is the tree dead and consent from Council not required for removal?

  • Is the tree exempt from Council's Tree and Bushland Management Provisions and therefore can be removed?

Pruning recommendations

  • Is to be retained as it was in healthy condition at time of inspection.

  • Pruned to shape by removing no more than 15% of the canopy. No cut shall be more than 150mm in diameter.

  • Deadwooded and selectively thinned by removing no more than 15% of the canopy. No cut shall be more than 150mm in diameter.

  • Deadwooded and pruned to shape by removing no more than 15% of the canopy. No cut shall be more than 150mm in diameter.

  • Deadwooded and pruned to reduce end weight by removing no more than 15% of the canopy. No cut shall be more than 150mm in diameter.

  • Conifers should be reduced in height by removing no more than 1/4 of the canopy.

  • To provide a 500mm clearance from overhead power lines.

  • Your neighbour must be notified prior to undertaking any pruning works on their tree.

  • To reduce the wind sail effect.

  • This will alleviate your concerns regarding branch drop.

  • The matter will be re-assessed once a plumbers/structural engineers/pest report is submitted, substantiating that the tree is causing damage to property.

  • Should you wish to submit a report that includes findings of an aerial inspection and supporting photographs from an independent, suitably qualified, AQF Level 5 Arborist to establish the viability of the tree/s, such a report will be reviewed by a council staff and re- inspection carried out.

Tree 5

  • Does the application include a fifth tree?

  • Tree species 5

  • Photograph of tree 5

  • Determination Tree 5

Tree 5 assessment

  • Is the tree in decline?

  • Has the tree been incorrectly pruned in the pasts?

  • Is the tree not growing true to form?

  • Is the tree causing property damage?

  • Is the tree interfering with sewer pipes?

  • Is the tree overcrowded by surrounding trees?

  • Has the tree been in appropriately planted?

  • Does the tree display weak branch structure?

  • Does the tree display a history of branch failure?

  • Is the tree interfering with overhead powerlines?

  • Does the tree display evidence of Bracket Fungi which may affect the structural integrity?

  • Does the tree display evidence of decay which may affect the structural integrity?

  • Does the tree contain cavities which may affect the structural integrity?

  • Is the tree a multi-trunked specimen which is prone to failure?

  • Does the tree include bark between stems/branches which may affect the structural integrity?

  • Does the tree display evidence of extensive termite activity which may affect structural integrity?

  • Is the tree dead and consent from Council not required for removal?

  • Is the tree exempt from Council's Tree and Bushland Management Provisions and therefore can be removed?

Pruning recommendations

  • Is to be retained as it was in healthy condition at time of inspection.

  • Pruned to shape by removing no more than 15% of the canopy. No cut shall be more than 150mm in diameter.

  • Deadwooded and selectively thinned by removing no more than 15% of the canopy. No cut shall be more than 150mm in diameter.

  • Deadwooded and pruned to shape by removing no more than 15% of the canopy. No cut shall be more than 150mm in diameter.

  • Deadwooded and pruned to reduce end weight by removing no more than 15% of the canopy. No cut shall be more than 150mm in diameter.

  • Conifers should be reduced in height by removing no more than 1/4 of the canopy.

  • To provide a 500mm clearance from overhead power lines.

  • Your neighbour must be notified prior to undertaking any pruning works on their tree.

  • To reduce the wind sail effect.

  • This will alleviate your concerns regarding branch drop.

  • The matter will be re-assessed once a plumbers/structural engineers/pest report is submitted, substantiating that the tree is causing damage to property.

  • Should you wish to submit a report from an independent, suitably qualified AQF Level 5 Arborist, to establish the viability of the tree/s, such a report will be reviewed by Council staff nada re-inspection carried out.

Replacement trees

  • Backhousia citriodora (Lemon Scented Myrtle)

  • Corymbia eximia (Yellow Bloodwood)

  • Corymbia gummifera (Red Bloodwood)

  • Corymbia maculata (Spotted Gum)

  • Elaeocarpus reticulatus (Blueberry Ash)

  • Eucalyptus crebra (Narrow Leaved Ironbark)

  • Eucalyptus leucoxylon (Yellow Gum)

  • Eucalyptus microcorys (Tallowwood)

  • Eucalyptus saligna (Sydney Blue Gum)

  • Eucalyptus sideroxylon (Red Ironbark)

  • Hymenosporum flavum (Native Frangipani)

  • Lophostemon confertus (Brush Box)

  • Syncarpia glomulifera (Turpentine)

  • Syzyigium leuhmannii (Riberry)

  • Tristaniopsis laurina (Water Gum)

  • Waterhousia floribunda (Weeping Lilly Pilly)

  • Additional tree species

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