Campaign 2007: Have VPOs protect trees instead of usually condoning their removal

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Campaign 2007:

 

Have VPOs protect trees instead of usually condoning their removal

 

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GOOD VCAT REASONING IN A 2008 BLACK

ROCK CASE: VCAT’s reasons for upholding Bayside City Council’s refusal of a tree removal permit set a fine precedent.

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VCAT APRIL 2008 RULING ON TREES IN OAK STREET: The degree of VPO3 protection to be enforced is first decided by Council, but is subject to appeal to VCAT.

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APPLICATION FEES – LARGE TREE OR INDIGENOUS PLANT PERMITS: BCS Inc. letter to Bayside Council seeks removal of fees that deter planting of such plants.

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ANALYSIS OF VPO3 TREE REMOVAL APPLICATIONS: BCS Inc. gave Bayside City Council its analysis of the outcome of these applications made for the year 2007.

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BEAUMARIS & BLACK ROCK INDIGENOUS PLANT PHOTOS: An indigenous plant is one naturally found in a given area. A native

plant is one indigenous to Australia.

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VEGETATION PROTECTION OVERLAY (VPO3): Schedule

3 (Native Vegetation in Beaumaris and Black Rock)

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 Link to Port Phillip Conservation Council Inc, of which BCS Inc. has been a Member Organization since 1970