Hampshire Treasures

Volume 11 ( Portsmouth)

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Group 2 - Natural Features
Trees
Farlington Manor Estate. An evergreen oak, an Austrian pine and an ash, preserved within a developed estate.     TPO No. 2
SU 685 057
2704 08
Trees
East Court, Court Lane. Several different species standing in the grounds of the properties at East Court, including elm, yew, sycamore, horse chestnut, oak, maple and mulberry.     TPO No. 4
SU 665 055
2704 09
Trees
Farlington House Estate. Many different species including scots pine, bay, copper beech, cedar, horse chestnut, fern-leaf oak and cork oak, in the gardens of houses on Copper Beech Drive.     TPO No. 7
SU 683 058
2704 10
Trees
East Cosham House. Many single trees, cedar, holly, horse chestnut, evergreen oak, maple, Indian bean tree, and weeping cherry, also groups of trees containing examples of chusan palm, bay, cherry and particularly beech, in the area surrounding the above property.     TPO No. 8
SU 684 057
2704 11
Trees
St. Matthew's Road. An Indian cedar and a silver birch, in the gardens of houses in St. Matthew's Road.     TPO No. 13
SU 660 059
2704 12
Trees
Cosham House. Wellingtonia, copper beech, hawthorn, paulownia tormentosa, evergreen oak, and rowan, also plum and fig trees in the grounds of the above property.     TPO No. 23
SU 662 056
2704 13
Trees
St. Andrews Church. Several different species including examples of cedar of lebanon, holly, sycamore,yew, scots pine, ash, lime and flowering cherry in the area surrounding the Church.     TPO No. 27
SU 684 057
2704 14
Trees
Highgrove and Hillcroft, London Road. Asycamore and a purple-leaved plum on land between the two properties.     TPO No. 39
SU 661 060
2704 15
Trees
The Old Rectory Nos. 353, 355 Havant Road. Several different species including sycamore, evergreen oak, holly and yew, retained from the former Rectory grounds.     TPO No. 41
SU 685 058
2704 16
Trees
Nos. 2 and 2a Down End Road. Several corsican pine and a sycamore in the grounds of the property.     TPO No. 43
SU 674 062
2704 17
Trees
Highgrove, London Road. Three lime, three black poplar, a horse chestnut and a sycamore in the grounds of Highgrove.     TPO No. 63
SU 661 060
2704 15A
Trees
Nos. 91-135 and Nos. 124-182, Havant Road. Many trees extending throughout the gardens of the properties, species include walnut, horse chestnut, false acacia, sycamore, cypress, weeping willow, lawson cypress, montery cypress, chile pine, purple leafed plum and many others.     TPO No. 65
SU 667 056
2704 40
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