TPOs: regulations and controls

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TPOs should only be made where considered 'expedient in the interests of amenity' (section 198(1) of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990). In practice, they usually originate in a variety of situations: to protect trees on individual sites before and during development (a development may have been completed long ago but the TPO...

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