Re: Anyone got experience to take down gumtree with Ku-Ring-3
Apr 18, 2018 9:57 pm
If it's within 10 metres of your house you can use the RFA 10/50 rule.
Otherwise an arborist can a advise. They get fined too.
I'm not in 10/50 area so I cannot use this rule.
Re: Anyone got experience to take down gumtree with Ku-Ring-5
Apr 20, 2018 11:38 am
I had one and finally got the OK once I got an "expert" to say it had to go - safety, rot etc etc.
It was always "my tree" when trimming etc was essential - for wires - but when I wanted to remove it, it was not my tree ...
Re: Anyone got experience to take down gumtree with Ku-Ring-6
Apr 25, 2018 11:22 pm
Even if your in a 10/50 area in Kuringai you can’t remove a gum tree. Only if the centre of the tree is within 3 metres to your house
I live in Turramurra and had a 40m+ extremely damaged by lightening and it took council 7 months to come out and assess it.
They will only let you remove it if it’s dangerous.
It really depends on why it’s to be removed
Bricks still not started
Re: Anyone got experience to take down gumtree with Ku-Ring-7
Apr 26, 2018 5:40 pm
not sure if it would work but i would try
get the cfa to come out
make a donation and ask them to write a letter
saying it is a fire hazard or could block fire truck access
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