The City of Ryde's Development Control Plan (DCP) aims to help improve the quality of the local environment and livability of Ryde. The following points are the key factors of tree management and conservation in The City:
For more information see the City of Ryde's Development Control Plan 2014 Part 9.5 - Tree Preservation(PDF, 1MB)
To request a FREE street tree at your property make a request online.
Helpful information about Council's pruning controls in relation to trees on private property.
Download an application or view current application fees for pruning or removing a tree over five metres.
You should consult an arborist before submitting a Tree Application. Here’s a guide to getting the best advice for your money.
Tips on tree species selection, where to plant your tree and how to care for your trees.
View Council's Street Tree Master Plan and find out how you can request a free tree for your street.
Considering a Complying Development? Here's what you need to know about complying developments and trees.
The NSW Rural Fires Amendment (Vegetation Clearing) Bill 2014 commenced on 1 August 2014, introducing the 10/50 rule.
City of Ryde is taking part in the 5 Million Trees for Greater Sydney program, which aims to make Sydney greener and healthier.
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City of Ryde acknowledges the traditional custodians of this land, the Wallumedegal clan of the Darug nation. Council also pays respect to elders both past, present and emerging and extend that respect to other Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people visiting this site.
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