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‘Botanic Ridge’ Cranbourne Stages 2 and 3

March 8, 2010

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The Growth Areas Authority commissioned Tree Logic to survey and assess trees within the undeveloped areas of the Botanic Ridge Precinct Structure Plan Development Area Stages 2 & 3.  The survey was commissioned for the purpose of providing information on the arboricultural merit of larger trees on-site to inform the Precinct Structure Planning  process. The […]

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City of Kingston Tree Management Policy

January 8, 2010

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Development of City of Kingston Tree Management Policy & Technical Guidelines. Development of tree policy, strategies, and technical guidelines for tree management within the City of Kingston.

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Canberra – Urban Forest Renewal

October 6, 2009

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In early 2009 Treelogic was involved in a pilot study with the Australian Capital Territory (ACT) Government to undertake a tree inventory and make recommendations about future auditing needs so that the ACT Government can better manage their ageing tree assets through a renewal and cyclic maintenance program. This could seem a straight forward task, […]

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Melbourne Golf Club

September 8, 2009

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Full mapping and Survey of all trees within both the East and West courses (3,000+ trees).  This work included the preparation of a tree management plan and assistance for the Club to obtain a 3 years tree work permit from the City of Bayside.

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Heritage tree saved in Traralgon

November 27, 2008

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In October, Tree Logic was set the task of transplanting a large maturing Azarole Hawthorn (Crataegus azarolus) located in old Salvation Army site where it had been planted 60 years earlier, to Victory Park in the very heart of Traralgon which is literally across the road. The tree is listed on the Victorian Heritage Register […]

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Yarra Yarra Golf Club

June 8, 2008

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Tree assessment, mapping and development of 5 year management plan listing priority works based on safety and course play requirements. Over 8,000 tree visually assessed.

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