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The Central Coast Council has a policy governing the removal of trees. See stumpdelimbing.bar Generally, residents need to make application for approval to remove trees. If you live on the Central Coast, there are council rules in place that may limit your options. If you live on Central Coast, you don’t need the approval to cut down a tree if – The tree is under 3m in height; The tree is within 3m of a Council approved structure (pool, house, building) The tree is an exempt species and considered to be a weedEstimated Reading Time: 6 mins.
On 23 FebruaryCouncil adopted a new policy to manage tree and vegetation vandalism that ensures a consistent approach to the management of vandalism of trees and other vegetation on public land. The policy was updated folloing feedback from the community late last year, it reinforces our commitment to protecting our natural environment and gives us a range of tools, including education Estimated Reading Time: 6 mins. Council also recognises that in certain circumstances vegetation, including trees, require pruning or removal.
This Chapter identifies trees and vegetation Council seeks to preserve, as well as the method required should a landowner seek to remove a tree or vegetation on privately owned land. Permit Application Forms and submission information are maintained on Council’s website, available at. Removal of trees that Council is satisfied is dying or dead, and is not required as habitat for native animals.
This exemption applies as defined in Council's DCP where: a dead tree: being where the biological function of the tree has ceased, no leaves are present and there is visible evidence of trunk, root plate and canopy desiccation, orEstimated Reading Time: 10 mins. Our COVID information areadetails all impacts to Council services, facilities and programs as well as the local response to coronavirus.
Private tree works application (up to 5 trees) that are not part of a vegetation community. This section provides advice on the application process for removal or pruning of up to a maximum of 5 trees, where. the tree/s are not part of a vegetation community (complex)which typically incorporates trees.