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Saving the Best Trees in Keys Street Car Park by Modifying Plan in 2008


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The Yellow Box (Eucalyptus leucoxylon) that Treescape Professional Tree Services recommended be saved.

CONDITIONAL WITHDRAWAL OF BCS INC. OBJECTION: BCS Inc. has conditionally withdrawn its objection subject to retention of certain trees after consultation with Council, and support by the Ward councillor, Cr John Knight.

ASSESSMENT BY TREESCAPE CONSULTING’S ARBORICULTURAL CONSULTANT: Written professional advice on condition of existing trees & plan to plant 29 Coast Banksias

LETTER TO BAYSIDE CITY COUNCIL SEEKING MODIFICATION TO SAVE THE BEST TREES: BCS Inc. objection letter in 2007 explained the trees’ importance and how to save them.


TREES TARGETED:  Staff report on Keys St car park [Item 1.12, P.163] urged Bayside Council to grant itself permit to remove healthy trees in Vegetation Protection Overlay.



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