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regulations for replacement trees

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We have removed two large (birche and pine) trees from our garden, one was affected by storm and another one was dead by baumkiefer  infestation. For both, the baum specialist from Hamburg visited , checked and issued the  removal permission. We need to replace these trees with "kleinkronige baume". The problem is that we don't have optimal space in our garden. For eg, we can not put trees at the edge of garden, because it was covered with our neighbour trees (4x). Other side also we have two trees from another neighbour.

Is it necessary to replace the trees especially when they removed due to issues like storm damage or insects infestation? We wanted to check with experts in this subject. Please let us know if you have any recommendation. Thanks for your comments..

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Ideally, you have to replace them with the same type and in the same location.

 

However, as you say that the location won't work and the Behörde  specifies what you should plant, 

why not go back to them and ask if they can go somewhere else?

Often enough, you can donate to a local park (this works especially if they find you've chopped something

that should have stayed). The "fine" is manyfold tree replacement - but on the edge of town or so...

 

That said, I only have experience up north here in SH. Hamburg may well have its own environment rules.

 

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