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A tree preservation order is fairly common nowadays because people have realised that one needs to be set in place to protect the environment and the wildlife. There are many reasons why not everybody wants tree cutting nearby done to them, it might be because of the wildlife but it might also be because of the privacy and noise reduction the trees offer. Noise pollution can be a massive input on people’s lives and removing too many trees when people live near a road can cause the cars to seem so much louder, especially when they are not used to it, it would be a massive shock and people can become angry by this.

If you'd like to know more about the range of services our specialist tree surgeons closest to you are able to provide, we recommend that you contact our team today! This can be done using the application form on our website and a member of the team will respond to you as quickly as they can.

What is a TPO?

A TPO on trees or tree protection order is a written document order normally created by the local council to protect the trees in a certain environment. It means that if the certain trees protected by the order is cut down or removed, it's an offence.

How to Remove a Tree Preservation Order

If you'd like to know how to remove a tree preservation order, please follow the steps below:

  1. Write to the local council or authority who set the TOP in place.

  2. In your application, explain the reasons why you require the removal of it.

  3. If you've got a good enough reason, then the chance for the removal should be high but it does depend on a range of conservation factors and they have to make sure the environment won't suffer.

  4. Wait to hear back from them.

Tree Cutting

Tree cutting should be carried out by a professional tree surgeon or company, this is because there are many factors to be taken into account. If it is not done following the correct preservation standards and guidelines, it can cause further implications which cause the tree to re-grow. It also means that you could face a fine because this could happen to be a protected tree.

Tree Protection Order

People can apply for a tree protection order in surrounding areas if they feel that the area is at risk. When trees are removed it can make a big difference to some people because large trees block out some noise and offer privacy. If you use our specialists we will work with you to provide the best outcome for all the nearby community.

Tree Preservation Near Me

Having a trees preservation nearby can stressful for individuals who are wanting improve their outdoor area and garden because they might not be able to make the changes which they want. However, when you contact us using the enquiry form on our site, we can discuss the possible options and ways which we could apply to your council to remove the trees.

Conservation Order on Trees Near Me

When you know of a conservation order on trees and are unsure why it is there, then you could ask your local council. Normally, they are set in place because it's the habitat for wildlife and they need protecting.  If a tree is removed unprofessionally and illegally it can cause issues, a common issue we see if that the roots have been left in and then it has started growing again. If it is done professionally, they will be able to make sure that a thorough job is completed to a high standard.

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For more details about a local tree conservation order we recommend that you contact us today! If you fill in the enquiry form with all of your details and this service which you require, this would be great and our professionals will get back to you quickly. Thank you for taking time to read this page and the information we have provided. Please feel free to let us know if you found it useful!

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