According to the rules of most cities, trees can be.
For tree plantation or tree trimming or tree cutting, the main telephone number for BMC’s Tree Authority at Byculla zoo is You can also contact the Garden department at your local BMC ward office. If you wish to undertake tree trimming, you have to make a written application with the local BMC ward office.
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likes 1 talking about this. Local Service5/5(1). MyBMC - Welcome to BMC's Website. Could not open iView. The iView is not compatible with your browser, operating system, or device. Contact your system administrator for more information. Jun 26, As per its audit, 4, notices for trimming issued to private societies. If the BMC ’s census is anything to go by, all trees declared ‘dead and dangerous’ in the city have been cut. The BMC’s tree department surveyed over lakh trees from January till June 7 and declared of them dangerous, bent or with bushcutting.barted Reading Time: 3 mins.
4. APPLICATION FOR TREE CUTTING/TREE TRANSPLANTATION Application as per Form “C” under Section 8(2) of Maharashtra (Urban Areas) Protection and Preservation of Trees Act of To, Tree Authority Sub: Permission for cutting /transplanting the trees coming in the work of proposed I, the undersigned apply for cutting of the trees.
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Learn more. We remain committed to the health and wellbeing of our associates, customers and. Aug 09, The BMC is not responsible for the upkeep and maintenance of trees on private premises. However, under the BMC Actthey cannot prune trees on private premises, but can survey the premises and order the owners to trim them if: any tree or shrub has fallen or is likely to fall, or is a danger to public safety, orEstimated Reading Time: 2 mins. Apr 09, The answer is ‘yes’, because, according to this Act, the penalty for cutting down a tree is Rs, or 3 months imprisonment.
There are several instances reported in which laymen ended up paying Rs, as compounding fee to the forest department for cutting.