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Planning Application Number: 183231
iLAP Number: None
Site Address: Manor Gardens Thames Street Sonning Wokingham RG4 6UR
Description: SECTION 211 NOTIFICATION FOR WORKS IN THE SONNING CONSERVATION AREA T1, T2 and T3, London Planes - Crown reduce by approximately 30% of leaf area (this equates to the removal of approx 2.5-4m of the branch length), leaving tree with natural crown shape for species in line with BS3998. Remove epicormic growth from main stems. Remove major deadwood, ie branches over 50mm at source and over 300mm in length. Prune away from garages to give a minimum 2m clearance. T4, Holly - Fell to just above ground level. T.5 Holly - Reduce and reshape to enhance form. T6, Oak - Crown reduce by approximately 30% of leaf area (this equates to the removal of approx 1-2m of the branch length), leaving tree with natural crown shape for species in line with BS3998. Remove major deadwood, ie branches over 50mm at source and over 300mm in length T7 and T8, Maples - Crown reduce by approximately 30% of leaf area (this equates to the removal of approx 1-2m of the branch length),leaving tree with natural crown shape for species in line with BS3998. Remove major deadwood, ie branches over 50mm at source and over 300mm in length. T9, T10, T11, T12 and T13, Limes - Re-pollard at previous pollard knuckles, leaving 1/2-1 inch stubs to aid regrowth. Remove epicormic growth from main stems. T14, T15, T16 and T17, Hornbeams - Re-pollard at previous pollard knuckles, leaving 1/2-1 inch stubs to aid regrowth. Remove epicormic growth from main stems. T18, Cherry - Remove stem with damage. T19 and T20 Walnut - Crown reduce by approximately 30% of leaf area (this equates to the removal of approx 1-2m of the branch length), leaving tree with natural crown shape for species in line with BS3998 T21, Golden Rain Tree - Crown reduce by approximately 30% of leaf area (this equates to the removal of approx 0.5-0.75m of the branch length), leaving tree with natural crown shape for species in line with BS3998. Remove major deadwood, ie branches over 50mm at source and over 300mm in length T22, Multi Stemmed Sycamore - Form into multiknuckle pollard by forming pollard knuckle at the appropriate branch unions, 1/2-1 inch stubs to be left to aid regrowth. T23, Cherry - Reduce and reshape to enhance form, see photo for approx crown outline after pruning. T24, T25 and T26, Lombardy Poplars - Re-pollard at previous pollard knuckles, leaving 1/2-1 inch stubs to aid regrowth. T27, Multi Stemmed Horse Chestnut - Re pollard at previous pollard knuckles, leaving 1/2-1 inch stubs to aid regrowth. Remove epicormic growth from main stems.
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