[(1) This section applies if tree preservation regulations make provision under section 202C(4).
(2) Tree preservation regulations may make provision—
(a) about who may give consent;
(b) for the giving of consent subject to conditions;
(c) about the procedure to be followed in connection with obtaining consent.
(3) The conditions for which provision may be made under subsection (2)(b) include—
(a) conditions as to planting of trees;
(b) conditions requiring approvals to be obtained from the person giving the consent;
(c) conditions limiting the duration of the consent.
(4) The conditions mentioned in subsection (3)(a) include—
(a) conditions requiring trees to be planted;
(b) conditions about
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