Heritage Landscape Proposal



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The Landscape Plan The Landscape Plan for submission with your planning application should be to scale (ideally 1:200) and based on an accurate site survey plan and your proposed site layout plan, showing existing and/or proposed locations of: ■ hard landscape features - structures play equipment lighting street furniture signs property boundaries walls fences underground/ overhead services including poles and manholes driveways, paths and surface materials, paving, gravel, tarmac and so on kerb lines and existing and proposed ground level or contours and Supporting Information ■ When submitting a planning application for development, you should provide the following supporting information where appropriate: soft landscape features - the location of existing trees, hedges and large shrubs to be retained/ removed, with their trunk location, accurate canopy spread and species, (including those overhanging from neighbouring properties) proposals for new planting including, species, size at planting and planting densities or numbers habitats such as ponds, hedgerows watercourses and woodland.. As well as: ■ construction details - of the ground treatment within the root spread of the existing retained trees and hedgerows, for example hard surfacing, service runs, type of planting, ground preparations to be carried out, existing and proposed ground levels (this should demonstrate that ground levels will not be altered within the spread of exisiting tree’s roots) and ■ site works information - the location of protective fencing, site huts, storage areas and site access during construction works (Refer to our Planning for Trees Advice Note)..




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