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Bushes ivy and epicormic growth growing over public footpath. The path runs from bell drive through to st Giles road. Also the tees T1 to T12 are overhanging into our properties and starting to cover the street lighting.

Reported anonymously at 14:44, Fri 5 June 2020

The trees have a TPO and are suppose to get cut back at least twice a year but this doesn’t happen. This issue went to planning in 2014 where this decision was made. There was a notice displayed on the street light confirming this but has recently been removed and replaced with a dog fowling notice. The trees, epicormic growth are all in the grounds of st Giles church yard.



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