Tree Preservation Orders on Trees in West Kirby.

Alan Rundle made this Freedom of Information request to Wirral Metropolitan Borough Council

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Dear Wirral Metropolitan Borough Council,

Please provide a map which shows ALL trees in West Kirby which have tree preservation orders.
Please also provide details of ALL individual Tree Preservation Order (TPO) idenification letters/numbers.

Yours faithfully,

Alan Rundle

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The map of TPOs for the Wirral is available here http://data.gov.uk/dataset/tpos by clicking on "Preview on Map", selecting the tpos layer then zooming in to whichever bit of Wirral you're interested in.

Boundaries of areas covered by tree preservation orders are in green.

InfoMgr, FinDMT, Wirral Metropolitan Borough Council

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Good Afternoon

Thank you for your recent request made under the Freedom of Information Act. Please find Wirral Borough Council's response to your enquiry attached.

Please note that all Tree Preservation Orders are available for inspection during office hours at the North Annexe of Wallasey Town Hall as required under the Town and Country Planning Act. Details of how to arrange an inspection can be found on our website.

Kind regards,

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Tracy O'Hare
Information Management
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Wirral Council
 
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