We are building knowledge network for all things trees. This network extends beyond our work in the development sector and urban safety assessments, into the world of urban forestry and residential trees.

Discover the importance of an expert witness arborist in VCAT & how to find the right professional to assist with your tree-related disputes.

Let’s dive into native vegetation removal reports, specifically in the context of the Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning (DELWP) in Victoria, Australia.

How architects can design structures around tree roots, ensuring less than 10% total TPZ area encroachment while following the Australian Standard AS4970-2009, Protection of Trees on Development Sites.

When construction or development takes place near a tree, the roots can be damaged by excavation, compaction, or changes in soil moisture. This damage can lead to a range of problems, including reduced growth, increased susceptibility to disease and pests, and even death of the tree.

When it comes to constructing near trees, it is important to have a plan in place to ensure that the trees are properly protected during the construction process. This is where a tree protection plan comes in.

An impact assessment is an evaluation of the potential impact that a proposed construction project may have on trees on the property, the neighbouring property or council land, for the purposed of obtaining a construction planning permit.

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