preservation order


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preservation order

n (Brit) to put a preservation order on somethingetw unter Denkmalschutz stellen

preservation order

n (on building, tree) → ordinanza per la salvaguardia (di beni artistici e naturali)
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Colin Walker, assistant director of planning and development control at Wirral council, said: ``We issued a preservation order to give us time to decide the tree's future.
Signed by the head of council legal services, the letter tells the tree, and three others, it now has a temporary preservation order.
The trees, facing banking around the Meltham Mills industrial site, were subject to a Tree Preservation Order.
At the same time the Government has recognised that the current Tree Preservation Order system is now complex and unwieldy.
The local authority in the Vale of Glamorgan has been bombarded with letters of objection from people living in Sigingstone, near Cowbridge, when it tried to issue a preservation order on more than 100 trees.
A PROPERTY firm has been fined thousands of pounds after breaching a tree preservation order.
WITH regard to public toilets: the toilet in the square at Billingham Town Centre will probably have a preservation order on it as it has a similar life span to the Forum.
The planning inspector's report said he was satisfied the whole site could be developed for nine houses without material prejudice to the trees, the subject of a Tree Preservation Order dating back to 1954.
But council tree officer Robert Penlington says the conifer, which is native to China and planted elsewhere as an ornamental tree, is not significantly leaning and should be protected by a preservation order.
Thomas, who represented himself, said he had not appreciated the trees were subject to a preservation order and believed that he had been entitled to clear the site.
THE future of a proposed preservation order on four sycamore trees in Parkgate has been put on hold.
Those pantaloons have a preservation order on them: they should be in a '70s museum.

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