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There are 3 Cherry Trees in a very dangerous condition ( high possibility to fall on someone or a car) on the grass down the centre of Marine Ave Beachlands BN246RA. (opposite No 21)

Reported in the Trees & hedges category anonymously at 22:43, Sun 22 September 2019

Sent to East Sussex County Council 2 minutes later

There are 3 Cherry Trees in a very dangerous condition on the grass down the centre of Marine Ave Beachlands BN246RA. (opposite No 21 )One large branch has already broken and is laying on the next tree that is about to split. It is the only entrance to the estate of over 500 houses and people walk dogs on the central grass area. There is a high possibility that these trees could fall and seriously hurt someone at any time.

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  • Some branches have been cut off but the trees in question are clearly very diseased and the trunks visibly rotted through. Given the winds that blow along the Marine Parade from the sea, there is still a real chance that these diseased tree will blow over and hurt someone. It has been almost a month since I brought this to the ESCC attention. I consider this to be a serious safety matter and request ESCC let me, and other who watch this web page, know when the diseased trees will be removed.

    Posted anonymously at 16:24, Mon 21 October 2019
    Still open, via questionnaire

  • These severely diseased trees have still not been removed.

    Posted anonymously at 11:31, Tue 19 November 2019
    Still open, via questionnaire

  • These trees have still not been removed and are in a dangerous condition.

    Posted anonymously at 14:14, Tue 17 December 2019
    Still open, via questionnaire

  • Questionnaire filled in by problem reporter; State changed to: Fixed, 08:56, Sunday 19 January 2020

  • The trees were removed last week and the area is now safe and looks nice.

    State changed to: Fixed

    Posted anonymously at 09:00, Sunday 19 January 2020

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