No judgement! We all have items on our todo lists that just never seem to get ticked off.
So before you pick up the phone to book it all in, you want to make sure you’ve dotted the i’s and crossed the t’s to make everything run as smoothly as possible.
And this can sometimes mean getting permission from your local council to prune or remove a tree.
Although every council will be different, here are a few examples outlining what you may need to consider when applying for a permit.
CITY OF PORT PHILLIP
You will require a permit to either prune or remove a tree or palm if the following applies to the tree in question:
These three different examples show just how varied each council can be, so please get in touch with your council directly to get the most specific information to your area. We have supplied a summary and contact information for all councils on our ‘Councils’ page for easy and direct access to this information.
So, now you’ve got all the right information to prepare for the big moment, you can finally cross ‘prune/remove tree in backyard’ off your todo list!
Founder of Treeincarnation