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Trees on the nevill Estate

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On Sat 25 May at 8:43pm Lyneee wrote:
Such a drive to plant trees everywhere, so I don't understand why they would chop down a perfectly healthy, beautiful tree on This street, known for its beautiful trees and situated so close to the southdown National Park, so someone can build an extension on a house. They say it's damaging the house.. Its not. There is slight damage to the car park wall. All the houses built on that side were built as 2 bed. No others have been extended. This could set a precedent..... There are beautiful old horse chestnut trees in this road.. In danger now.

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On Sat 25 May at 8:59pm Flicker wrote:
Register an objection tion. The info is on the LDC planning notice
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On Sun 26 May at 8:47am Sensible wrote:
No unproductive and accidental piece of growth can stand in the way of a development to enhance a property's value, utility or rental income. I approve this planning application.
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On Sun 26 May at 10:07pm Tom Pain wrote:
There will be a lot more trees felled with the roll out of 5G . Leaves ,especially when wet ,block the signal. I can't agree that trees are unproductive. Do they not consume CO2 and produce oxygen? I find it odd that the green party haven't had anything to say about this tree culling that has already begun in Sheffield. The effect on health of 5G has not been tested and it's ability to 3D map the interior of houses rather concerns me.
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On Mon 27 May at 9:12am Nevillman wrote:
There are loads of trees on that road. One will make no difference.
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On Mon 27 May at 12:10pm Tom Pain wrote:
Quite right nevillman,but it does set a precedent.
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On Mon 27 May at 5:07pm Nevillman wrote:
I'm not sure if does. Many houses on Nevill have been extended and trees removed to allow it. No reason why that would be allowed as an excuse to take down trees for 5G.


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