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The Dead or Dying Tree Removal Form should be used when a tree (or shrub) is dead or dying, and the requirements of Section 3.3 (2) of Part A of the Urban Forest Technical Manual have been met. The tree/shrub must be located on privately owned land. Clear photos are required to support the removal of the tree/shrub and must show the tree/shrub in context, its relationship to dwellings, ancillary structures and other trees and shrubs, as well as photos that clearly identify that the tree/shrub is dead or dying. You are not required to submit the completed form and evidence to the City of Newcastle, however it must be retained for at least 2 years.
This form should NOT be used if:
For further information on removal of private trees and shrubs please refer to our Tree, Shrub and Vegetation Removal page as well as Parts A and C of the Urban Forest Technical Manual
Download this form:
View the Dead or Dying Tree Removal Form (PDF)
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