They did site inspections and instructed them to take care of the trees.
The Permission for trimming the trees / branches of the trees is granted on the following conditions, (1) No. of Trees to be trimmed: no.s (2) Branches of trees is to be cut. (3) In no case, the trunk of the tree should be damaged while cutting the branches. (4) Any breach of condition if found, permission File Size: KB. 4. APPLICATION FOR TREE CUTTING/TREE TRANSPLANTATION Application as per Form “C” under Section 8(2) of Maharashtra (Urban Areas) Protection and Preservation of Trees Act of To, Tree Authority Sub: Permission for cutting /transplanting the trees coming in the work of proposed I, the undersigned apply for cutting of the trees.
Aug 09, Mumbai Municipal Corporation Act. s Removal and trimming of trees, shrubs and hedges. (1) If, in the opinion of the Commissioner,-. (a) any hedge is at any time insufficiently cut or trimmed, or over-grown, with prickly-pear or other rank vegetation; or. (b) any tree or shrub has fallen or is likely to fall, to the danger of public Estimated Reading Time: 2 mins.
Sep 19, If you see a tree being felled in Mumbai, take the following steps: a) Ask for a copy of the BMCs Tree Authority’s permission, which has the tree number, type and size, and the order to either cut or transplant the tree. b) If no consent is shown, tweet a picture of the tree cutting, with a postal/google address to the Mumbai Police, @bushmulching.barted Reading Time: 6 mins.
Jul 05, Process to get permission to trim a tree in a society. To cut the branches of a tree or to cut a tree, citizens need to get the permission of the BMC. This can be done through the BMC (MCGM) website’s Application to Lodge a Complaint [choose Garden & Tree – Permission for Tree Trimming].
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The website also provides a checklist of documents that need to be submitted and the time frame for. Apr 09, But you may wonder if it is required to take permission to cut what is in tree stump remover a tree in your premises. The answer is ‘yes’, because, according to this Act, the penalty for cutting down a tree is Rs, or 3 months imprisonment.