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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2005 Week 11 Hansard (Thursday, 22 September 2005) . . Page.. 3619 ..


the conservator in relation to a regulated tree only in the circumstances described in the Land Act, s 231.

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Clause 80 (2)

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its decision

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the development

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Clause 80 (3 (a)

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(a) consider the application, including any tree management plan, proposed tree management plan, or proposed amendment of a tree management plan, included with the application; and

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Clause 81

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81Requirements for conservator’s advice about tree protection

The conservator’s advice under section 80 in relation to a development must include advice about tree protection requirements for each protected tree with a protection zone on, or partly on, the land subject to the development.

Without limiting subsection (1), the advice may—

include information about the trees on the land; and

set out the changes (if any) the conservator considers should be made to any tree management plan or proposed tree management plan that relates to the application, having regard to—

the guidelines approved under section 29; and

the advice (if any) of the advisory panel; and

anything else the conservator considers relevant.

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Clause 106 (1) (a) (i) to (iii)

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section 15 (Damaging protected trees—general);

(ia) section 15A (Damaging protected trees—work done as part of a business);

section 16 (Doing prohibited groundwork—general);


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