The type of submissions they are interested in include examples of both successful and weaker planning conditions supported with feedback on why these did or didn’t succeed.
In addition to looking at planning conditions, TDAG would also like to explore some specific project examples that have worked particularly well so that they can be used as case studies. TDAG will collate and review responses with a view to producing best practice advice as to how the weaknesses in the current system can best be addressed.
TDAG brings together individuals, professionals and organisations in both the public and private sectors to increase awareness of the role of trees in the built environment. The consultation closes on Friday 5th June 2015.