TREE WITH TPO GETTING IN THE WAY OF PLANNING AN EXTENSION
I am planning at extension downstairs in my home to build a bedroom and shower room for my elderly father, who is increasingly finding it difficult to go upstairs to his bedroom.
It is very possible that a tree (which is in the neighbour’s garden) with a TPO may be getting in the way. The tree is quite large and overhangs in our garden. Our neighbour also wants to get rid of the tree and did apply to do so, but his application was rejected by the local council because the tree has a TPO on it.
Do you think it is worth my while also applying to the council to get rid of the tree to build my extension, or do you think it may not be worth it because my neighbour’s application was rejected.
Thanks in advance for your responses.
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