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Welcome to A1 Positive Arbor Campbelltown tree removal Service contractors, the best webpage where tree removal specialists and tree removal work experts can help you with all your tree surgery needs. We offer information, advice and only experienced, high quality tree surgery services to business and private residential customers in and around the Campbelltown Council area.

We understand that there are many reasons why people look to have a tree removal performed at their homes or business property in Campbelltown.  Tree removal can be an important decision for a variety of customers from large land clearance projects by businesses to smaller individual tree removal services that need to be performed for home owner customers due to the size of a tree, location or simply because a tree is causing a danger to the environment and the people in it. 

No matter what your reason for wanting or needing a tree removed,  it is always important that you receive the right advice and information from a tree care specialist. It is important to every one of us as both business or private customers to receive fair and equal treatment, and to be offered the same professional tree removal service from our tree care provider.

With a vast number of tree care companies and tree surgeons in Campbelltown it can become very confusing and hard to know who to select when you need a tree removal performed. In order to ensure that you receive the tree care service that you want, as a customer you need to ensure that the tree surgery company completing any tree works at your property, especially tree removal services are fully qualified and insured. It is your right as a customer to ask for evidence of insurance policies and references should you want them.

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 Bradbury Campbelltown  Claymore 
 Denham Court Denham court - bal  Eagle Vale 
 Eschol Park Glen Alpine  Glenfield 
 Ingleburn  Kearns  Kentlyn -bal
 Leumeah  Macquarie Fields  Macquarie Links
 Menangle Park  Minto  Minto Heights
 Raby  Rosemeadow  Rosemeadow - bal
 Ruse  St Andrews  St Helens Park
 Varroville  Wedderburn  Woodbine

Campbelltown Council Tree Removal Regulations

Significant Trees

What is a Significant Tree?

Significant trees are defined by the Development Act as a native or exotic tree with a trunk circumference of

  • in the case of single trunk trees, two metres or greater when measured one metre above the natural ground level; or
  • in the case of multiple trunked trees, where there is a total circumference of greater than two metres and an average circumference of 625 millimetres or greater.

The regulations apply to trees on both public and private land.

Why protect trees?

Trees, particularly mature trees, provide a valuable contribution to the amenity of an area. In addition, they provide shade and a habitat for wildlife. Trees have potential economic benefits including increased property values from the high amenity created by lush tree lined areas.

What activities affecting Significant Trees require approval?

The regulations which apply to a significant tree include

  • removal; or
  • killing or destruction; or
  • branch or limb lopping; or
  • ringbarking or topping; or
  • damaging the root system.

Any of the above activities will require a development approval from Council.  For a copy of the Removal and Lopping of Significant Trees Information Sheet please Visit Liverpoll Council Website

Maintenance pruning not likely to affect the health or appearance of the tree does not require approval from Council. Maintenance pruning is generally accepted as meaning:

  • the removal of deadwood; or
  • the removal of foreign matter deemed to be detrimental to the tree (such as ivy).

It is recommended that you contact Council for clarification prior to commencing any work on a significant tree as heavy fines of up to $30,000 apply for illegal works.

Council recommends that any work undertaken to significant trees be in accordance with Australian Standard 4373-1996 'Pruning of Amenity Trees' and be undertaken by an appropriately qualified arboriculturist, botanist or horticulturist.

Neighbour's trees

An application can be lodged with Council in respect to a significant tree on neighbouring land. The cooperation and/or agreement of the owner of the tree must be obtained prior to any action on their land, even if Council has approved the removal or pruning of the tree.