A ct tree Register
Registration Criteria that presently apply, other criteria may apply after further assessment.
(2) Landscape and aesthetic value
The object of this value is to identify trees that are of particular importance to the community due to their substantial contribution to the surrounding landscape.
A tree may be considered to be of landscape and aesthetic value if it is situated in a prominent location when viewed from a public place and it:
(b) represents an outstanding example of the species, including age, size or habit; or
(c) is an exceptional example of a locally native species that reached maturity prior to urban development in its immediate vicinity.
Statement against the Criteria
This Ulmus americana gracefully arches over the walkway into the middle courtyard of Allawah Court. The tree has grown in association with the buildings and complements both the built environment and landscape value of the site greatly. The tree is in excellent health and condition with and asymmetrical canopy due to growing in association with the apartment block located next to it. Outstanding aesthetic qualities which are of particular note are the fissured bark, large canopy and foliage colour in autumn.
Ulmus Americana (American elm)
ACT Tree Register
Pursuant to Division 7.2 of the Tree Protection Act 2005 as the Conservator of Flora and Fauna the following decision has been made under section 52(1) to enter or not enter the above tree(s) to the ACT Tree Register
A/g Conservator of Flora and Fauna 22/9/2011
Requests for further information should be made to:
Tree Protection Unit Telephone: (02) 6207 8145
PO Box 158 Facsimile: (02) 6207 5956
Canberra City, ACT 2601 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
GPO Box 158 Canberra ACT 2601 | phone: 132281 | www.act.gov.au
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