Proposed Betula jacquemontii Semi-mature 5.5
Proposed Betula jacquemontii
Semi-mature 5.5-6.5m ht
(tree canopy shown as mature)
Positioned as book-end to road.
Proposed raised kerb with low
Hebe pinguifolia ‘Sutherlandii’
Betula jacquemontii is a vigorous deciduous tree to 18m tall, with brilliant white bark on
the trunk and larger branches; ovate leaves turn yellow in autumn; yellow-brown male
catkins to 12cm long open in early spring (RHS).
The low maintenance tree with its upright habit is particularly suited to this location at
the entrance of the driveway road.
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Landscape Plan based on Tangible
Concepts Drawing: A(GA)010_Rev B
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R-LA Illustrative masterplan does not inform the vehicular highway
Nth End Road Limited
3m offset from building foundations (to engineers recommendations).
No tree planting zone - to NHBC guidelines.
NHBC - Part 4 Foundations - Chapter 4.2 Building near trees: Birch trees classified as low water demand (Table 12).
Land Adjoining 49 Montem
New Malden, KT3 3QU
Proposed Tree Rationale
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