Development Management Answers: Is refusal over tree loss reasonable?

Q A developer has applied for planning permission for ten houses. Several trees on the site offer amenity value to the area but none is protected or in a conservation area. The council has refused permission as the development would result in removal of some of these trees. Is this unreasonable, given that the developer could remove the trees without consent at any time? JM

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