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Trees and Bushes need cutting back, security risk..

Reported in the Trees category by Clive Baines at 16:17, Tuesday 27 August 2019

Sent to Halton Borough Council 3 minutes later

Clive Baines doing a report on the dence overgrown Bushes that need to be cut back to fence hight, residents have put an urgent complaint in to the Ditton/Widnes Neighbourhood watch scheme Coordinator , A real concern for security within Briarfield Ave just off Ditchfield road. The Bushes are about 10/ 12 foot high and highly dence and within these bushes are choking ivy weeds . Clive Baines the coordinator for Ditton/Widnes Neighbourhood watch scheme has done a full report and video on these dence overgrown Bushes and weeds.

This report will be sent to Halton Council for further action.

In the past I must say Halton Council have shown great response on working alongside Ditton/Widnes Neighbourhood watch scheme and the residents in our community.

A video is at hand for Halton Council if needed thank you.

Community Working together is so important.

Kind Regards Clive Baines Ditton/Widnes Neighbourhood watch scheme Coordinator.

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  • On reporting this problem to Halton Council they have been back to me they will cut these very overgrown bushes back to a safe size , but it's going to be in December or January .

    Posted by Clive Baines at 07:05, Wednesday 25 September 2019
    Still open, via questionnaire

  • Still waiting for these big bushes to be trimmed right back .

    Posted by Clive Baines at 09:34, Wednesday 23 October 2019
    Still open, via questionnaire

  • Just an update on the overgrown bushes in Briafield Avenue these have now been cut back . Thankyou everyone for taking the time to report this to me . Best wishes Clive Baines Ditton/Widnes Neighbourhood Watch Scheme Coordinator..

    State changed to: Fixed

    Posted by Clive Baines at 10:03, Wednesday 20 November 2019

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