The following planning applications were registered with Cotswold District Council between 17.9.18 and 23.9.18.

Aldsworth: Aldstead, Cotoneaster - pollard down to main fork, conifer - dismantle to ground level, large Beech - dismantle to ground level.

Bibury: 22 The Square, Sycamore tree in the rear garden adjacent to the road and overhanging the neighbours at No 21 The Square, crown reduction of 25% to reduce the load and weight of branches.

Blockley: Cotek Papers, Draycott Business Village, Draycott, Certificate of Lawful Proposed Use under Section 192 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 - Porch to warehouse.

Chedworth: Denfurlong Cottage, Lower Chedworth, (1) cherry tree - reduce all over by 1 and a half metres and shape crown; Badgers Rake, Middle Chedworth, Sycamore - crown reduction of 30%, cut to two feet below previous pruning points (5-10 years ago).

Chipping Campden: Sheppards Close, Westington, cherry (T1) - canopy reduction of 3m, Ash (T2) - canopy lift over roadside to 4m also canopy thin, and reduction to extended branches (ensuring not more than 30% of the canopy is removed), mulberry (T3) - reduce height and length of large propped branch to south east by 1.5m, reduce height of western stem by 1m to re balance, all work to be done to BS3998; Stella Maris, Grevel Lane, proposed single-storey side kitchen extension; new single-storey timber-framed loggia with glass canopy to the rear elevation, and the addition of two new dormers to the rear-facing pitch of the main roof.

Cirencester: Longwood House, Love Lane, Sycamore trees (T1 & T2) - fell to ground level and replace with suitable amenity species; The Hermitage, 17 The Avenue, T1 - Prunus Pissardii - fell, T2 - Malus - reduce canopy all over by 1m; Bailey Lodge, The Royal Agricultural University, Stroud Road, Variation of conditions 2 (approved drawings) and 13 (landscaping) of planning permission ref. 17/00276/FUL (erection of a new 2 storey office & research facility, including demolition of a 2 storey residential property, new hard landscaping, cycle storage and car parking), dated 24.03.17, to amend landscaping works and layout, including revision of application site; Pakeman Catto & Carter 5 Market Place, change of use from Class A1 to Class A3; Pakeman Catto & Carter 5 Market Place, change of use from Class A1 to Class A3 and associated alterations.

Daglingworth: Land parcel known as Coach House Field, Ash (1chf) - fell to ground level (see attached report schedule), Ash (3chf) - fell to ground level.

Lechlade: 1 Priors Walk, St Johns Priory, Horse Chestnut - full pollard; 1 Tidford Cottages, Bell Lane, remove two internal walls to ground floor.

Moreton-in-Marsh: 3 Woolaway Bungalows, Church View, Aston Magna, conservatory to the front and side of property.

Naunton: Lavender Hill Farm, compliance with conditions 3 (sample materials), 4 (sample panel) & 6 (window door colour) of permission 18/01291/FUL - erection of single storey extension to agricultural worker's dwelling (amendments to design of permission 15/04214/FUL).

Poulton: The Paddocks, London Road, T1 - Beech tree - reduce height y 4-5 metres to suitable re-growth points, shorten all side branches so as to shape.

Rodmarton: Village Hall, Horse Chestnut - fell (dead).

Tetbury: Street Record, Dormers Close, 8 x Sycamore trees - cut back over hanging branches.

The following planning applications were registered with North Wiltshire District Council between 17.9.18 and 23.9.18.

Cricklade: St Sampsons, C E Primary School, Bath Road, fell 2 dead Elm trees.

Luckington: Brook House, Church Road, pollard 5 Sycamore trees to a height of 7 metres.

Malmesbury: East Cottage, Burton Hill, 20% crown reduction to (T2) lime tree and (T3) London Plane; Cedar Court, Sir Bernard Lovell Road, removal of fallen branch from Wellingtonia; 10 Foxley Road, reduce Spruce tree to previous pruning points; Land at Backbridge Farm, proposed residential development comprising 201 dwellings (use class c3) and the provision of land for the potential expansion of Malmesbury Primary School, new vehicular access, public open space, landscaping and other associated infrastructure works; 10 Foxley Road, reduce height of Douglas Fir by 1.5 metres and raise crown by 1 metre.