The following planning applications were registered with Cotswold District Council between 4.2.19 and 10.2.19.

Avening: Church Farm, Point Road, maple (T1) - re-reduce the crown from 20m to 15m in height and from 9m to 6m in radius, back to the previous pruning points.

Bibury: 35 The Square, 3 large lopped conifers in the top corner - fell to near ground level 2 large Lawson Cypress near the oil tank - fell to near ground level.

Chipping Campden: West Croft, Sheep Street, mature beech, small crown reduction taking branches away from phone cables, balance the crown and deadwood; Barn at Dovers, Orchard Farm, Hoo Lane, conversion and extension of redundant barn to form a single dwelling.

Cirencester: 39 Victoria Road, compliance with conditions 4 (depth of foundations) and 5 (written scheme of investigation) of permission - demolition of existing conservatory, and erection of two storey rear extension and single storey rear extension.

Down Ampney: Whetstone Bridge Farmhouse, variation of conditions 2, 3, 5, 7, 8, 20, 21, 32, 33, 34, 35, 37, 41 and 45 of planning consent 12/0015/CWMAJM dated 17/09/2015.

Lechlade: Street Record, Warrens Cross View, Coln Waters, installation of Huawei AIO Fibre Cabinet (broadband) (Lechlade/PCP006/DJC).

Moreton-in-Marsh: The Grange, Copper Beech - to prune back to previous reduction points, remove sections of large deadwood and thin out the crown by up to 10%, to suitable points of secondary live growth.

North Cerney: The Red Sheds, compliance with conditions 10 (landscaping scheme), 15 (swallow nesting), 16 (external lighting), and 23 (details) of permission 18/03498/FUL - variation of condition 2 (approved plans) of planning permission 18/02999/FUL, conversion of existing agricultural building to a dwelling and erection of ancillary outbuilding with change of use of associated land to domestic curtilage, including modifications to existing vehicular access.

Upper Slaughter: Lords of The Manor Hotel, T1 - Lime - pollard at 4.0m.

The following planning applications were registered with North Wiltshire District Council between 4.2.19 and 10.2.19.

Ashton Keynes: Orpington House, The Derry, T1 - acacia tree - 25% crown reduction T2 - Willow tree - 30% crown reduction T3 - Silver Birch tree - 30% crown reduction.

Grittleton: Malmesbury Lodge, crown raise 2 walnut trees to 6 metres from ground level; The Sadlers, 10 The Street, reduce overhanging lateral branches of neighbours willow by 3 metres, fell 1 cypress tree.

Malmesbury: The Ridings, 4 St Johns Way, fell 2 conifers, 1 Spruce and 1 Hawthorn; Olive House, Milbourne Lane, Milbourne, 20% crown reduction to 2 Copper Beech trees; 16 St Marys Street, single-storey rear extension, garden studio and minor external alterations.

Purton: The Milk House, Church End, application for the retention of details and materials that were to be agreed by condition under application N/06/01623/LBC.