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City of Ryde Council covers the following suburbs:
- Chatswood West
- Denistone East
- Denistone West
- East Ryde
- Macquarie Centre
- Macquarie Park
- Macquarie University campus
- Melrose Park
- North Ryde
- Tennyson Point
- Top Ryde
- West Ryde
Ryde City Councils Tree Preservation Order allows for the following work to be carried out without consent or permission:
(However, Council must be notified, in writing, a minimum of 7 working days prior to the proposed commencement of works. A “Notice of Intent” form is available, from Council’s Customer service locations including the Internet site, for this advice to Council. Works should not commence until receipt of the written permit from Council).
- Trees that are within 3m of an approved detached building and any associated building, as measured from the outside of the tree, at 1.4m from the ground.
- The removal of dead or dying tree/s, as long as the trees are not a threatened species habitat.
- Tree(s) posing an immediate danger, e.g. after a storm.
- Tree(s) that have been declared noxious weeds in the local government area of the City of Ryde under the Noxious Weeds Act 1993 or an undesirable species
- Tree(s) that require pruning in accordance with the Electricity Supply Act 1995 and
the Electricity Supply (General) Regulation 2001.
The Tree Preservation Order exemption list does not apply to the following:
- Any tree, whether on private or public land (land owned or under the care, control and management of the City of Ryde), with a height greater than 5 metres and a trunk circumference of 450mm at 1.4 metres above ground level.
- Native vegetation within defined ’Urban Bushland’ (refer to map).
- Trees which are prominent or have landmark qualities due to their height, size, position and age.
- Trees which are part of an important wildlife habitat, refuge or corridor.
- Native bushland subject to controls under State Environmental Planning Policy 19. Trees on the City of Ryde Significant Tree Register