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Apr 07, As part of Council’s bi-annual tree assessment of Council parks, an independent tree assessment was recently undertaken on the health of all mature trees at Sunvale Community Park. Tree Removal - Sunvale Community Park Brimbank City CouncilEstimated Reading Time: 1 min. Aug 29, The Street Tree Policy is our approach to street tree management which helps to create and maintain an attractive and safe urban environment.
A letter will be sent to landowners advising them that their tree is now registered as a significant tree and why this has occurred.
The policy offers guidelines and actions for risk management and planting including. Aug 12, Tree Pruning & Removal Regulations. The Brimbank Council uses two types of regulations to restrict the pruning and removal of private trees: the Planning Scheme and the Significant Tree Register. The Planning Scheme.
Tree controls are written into Brimbank’s Planning Scheme. These controls come in the form of overlays that each provide specific restrictions on the types of treeworks Estimated Reading Time: 6 mins. Apr 27, Once a tree is listed on the register, owners would require a Tree Work Permit for any maintenance works or tree removal.
This new draft policy supports Council’s draft Brimbank Tree Policy which has been developed to support the creation of a cool, green, healthy and resilient municipality through an extensive urban forest. Street Tree Infill Program The City of Brimbank is situated approximately 20 kilometres north west of Melbourne CBD and encompasses an area of square kilometres. The city is divided into five (5) districts that total 25 suburbs/localities.
Council is seeking to substantially improve the appearance of local neighbourhoods through a street tree infill program. As part of Brimbank City Council’s adopted Urban Forestry StrategyCouncil is committed to increasing current tree canopy cover across the municipality from % to 30%, over the next 30 years.
Council has been actively planting trees in parks and streets for a number of years with aroundtrees planted since In the Council will plant approximately 10, trees in parks and streets.