Broadland District Council

Tree Preservation Order Suggestion

Online form: Suggest a Tree Preservation Order

Online form: Suggest a Tree Preservation Order

A TPO is a special form of control that applies to certain trees.

TPOs are almost always used to protect trees that are visually significant and/or can be seen from a public place, so that they contribute to the look of the local surroundings.

TPOs are made when trees are under threat of being cut down or damaged. It is illegal to cut down, prune, or damage a tree that is protected by a TPO without the Council's consent. The unauthorised lopping or felling of such a tree is a serious criminal offence and can result in a fine of up to 20,000.

Details of the tree(s)
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Photos of the tree(s)
If you have taken any photos of the tree(s) please upload your image files below.
You can upload JPG, GIF or PNG files.