Guidance on Tree Preservation Orders (TPO) & Conservation Areas (CA)

Lushland provides guidance in line with the law on TPO's which is contained within Part VIII of the Town & Country Plannning Act 1990 and in the Town and Country Planning (Trees) Regulations 1999.

Trees can be legally protected against unnecessary pruning or felling by being subject to a TPO or by being located within a CA. This protective status requires the tree owner to seek the local authority's consent before proceeding with any tree works

Lushland can aid and give advice to tree owners on: submitting an application to the local authority to prune or fell a tree which is subject to a TPO; submitting notifications of intent to the local authority to prune or fell a tree located within a CA.

We would be happy to discuss terms for providing guidance on tree preservation orders or trees growing within conservation areas. Contact us for more details.

  • Tree Inspection Survey and Advice
  • Tree Report as part of Planning Application
  • Guidance on Tree Preservation Orders
  • Horticultural Advice
  • Advice on Pests and Diseases
  • Landscape Report as Part of Planning Application
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  • Quantified Tree Risk Assessments (QTRA)
  • Contract Monitoring for Grounds Maintenance