The trees and development supplementary planning document (SPD) has been prepared to give information to all those involved in the development process about the standard that Salford City Council requires for new development proposals with specific reference to the retention and protection of trees.
This SPD expands on the policies of the city's unitary development plan (UDP) which was adopted in June 2006. The SPD does not have the same status as the development plan but, is a material consideration in the determination of planning applications.
The provisions of this SPD will be implemented primarily through the development control process and the determination of planning applications and applications relating to trees in conservation areas and trees protected by a tree preservation orders (TPO).
The trees and development supplementary planning document (SPD) was adopted by the council on 19 July 2006.
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This page was last updated on 6 April 2016