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What work can I do on trees in my garden?

What work can I do on trees in my garden?
14 June 2010 Administrator

Trees in a conservation area have similar protection as those covered by Tree Preservation Orders.  It is an offence to fell or prune such trees without prior written consent from the Local Planning Authority. You need to write to the Council’s Tree Preservation Officer (Erik Bowman Tel: 0151 6062247) giving 6 weeks notice of your intention to carry out work to protected trees in a conservation area.

More tree information and application forms can be obtained from the Council’s website: http://www.wirral.gov.uk/my-services/environment-and-planning/built-conservation/tree-preservation-orders