What's the best distance to plant a tree from a house?

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The National House-Building Council recommends that most medium- or large-sized trees be planted at least 9.144 to 15.24m from the house. However, Small flowering trees and fruit trees that are ideal for small lots can be planted at least 2.4384 m from your home.
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Try calling the council on 02083563000. However; they may ask you to pay for the tree or just refuse to do it altogether.
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