Woodland needs pruning. Trees with dead branches, branbles overgrowing fences.
Reported in the Public Trees category anonymously at 14:35, Tuesday 17 September 2019
Sent to Bromley Council 5 minutes later
I have complained about the state of the woodland many times. Even having spoken to people who work on behalf of Bromley who have been carrying out works in the woods. They all have agreed with me. It is densely overgrown neighbouring our properties. And while there is no longer the right to light law, these huge unkempt trees are causing damage to the fences and gardens. I personally do not own my home, so am finding I am stuck in the middle between my landlord and the council. The council won't prune the trees, the landlord won't fix the fencing until the trees are sorted and I can't afford the £700 qouted by a tree surgeon to solve this situation. Surely it is Bromley councils job to maintain and look after the trees in public woodland? We have lost garden furniture due to the acorns falling and smashing the glass top also. Also the amount of mess the trees create in the autumn and winter months with the leaves falling is ridiculous... and again I am supposed to dispose of all those leaves.
Thank you for your report, this is now being investigated. Information on our services and the timeframes we aim to respond in can be found: http://www.bromley.gov.uk/ fixservices
State changed to: In progress
Posted by Bromley Council at 14:40, Tuesday 17 September 2019
Issue still not resolved. Now leaves are strating to fall too, creating mess left for us to clean up.
Posted anonymously at 06:42, Wednesday 16 October 2019
Still open, via questionnaire
To help us action and resolve this issue please could further information be provided as comments to this report. For example information such as a house number or street light column number can greatly help us to correctly identify the location while further details such as the nature and scale of an issue (especially dumped rubbish) assists us co-ordinating an appropriate response.
State changed to: No further action
Posted by Bromley Council at 17:23, Tuesday 10 December 2019
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