The Right Experience For The Right Job
Milone’s Tree and Lawn Solutions is committed to ensuring safety, experience, and customer satisfaction in comprehensive tree removal services for Brimbank Council residents. With over 25 years of experience, their team of arborists has the expertise to safely remove trees of any size and location, even those in confined spaces or near power lines.
One of the advantages of choosing Milone’s for Brimbank Council Tree Removal services is their commitment to minimal disruption. Their team works efficiently and with the utmost care to ensure that the removal process does not affect the surrounding area or infrastructure. They also offer 24/7 emergency callouts, providing prompt and reliable tree services to meet urgent needs, such as fallen trees or storm damage.
Milone’s is fully insured, giving Brimbank Council residents peace of mind and covering any potential liability issues. Their team uses state-of-the-art equipment and follows industry best practices to ensure safe and effective tree removal.
Overall, Milone’s Tree and Lawn Solutions is a professional and reliable choice for any tree removal project. With their experience, commitment to safety and minimal disruption, and 24/7 emergency callout services, they are an ideal partner for Brimbank Council residents and their tree removal needs.
Brimbank Tree Works Permits
A permit may be necessary for tree lopping and removal on private property within the Brimbank City Council, for the following possible reasons:
The Tree Protection Overlay Environmental Significance Overlay Significant Landscape Overlay Vegetation Protection Planning history that may exist
If a property is indicated on the planning maps, an Overlay serves as a regulatory measure. The type of Overlay in effect establishes the tree protection requirements, which could include safeguarding individually significant trees, Victorian native trees, trees that reach a specific minimum size, or a combination of these.
If you require information on the planning Overlays that are relevant to a particular property within Brimbank City Council, you can use the Landata website of the Victorian Government department for address-based searching. However, it is crucial to obtain the Planning Property Report to thoroughly review the Overlay information.
Moreover, it is important to note that the planning history of the property could affect the need for a planning permit for tree works. This could be due to various reasons such as the conditions of previously issued planning permits or the approved plans linked with permits that indicate trees for preservation and protection. If you are uncertain about the planning requirements for tree works, it is recommended that you contact Brimbank City Council for further guidance.