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The wind is bringing down large branches which are falling into our garden

Reported in the Parks and Greenspace category anonymously at 12:33, Friday 17 January 2020 using FixMyStreet Pro

Sent to Bromley Council 2 minutes later

Hello,

We live in Saint Paul’s Sq and in this windy weather large branches from the trees in the park (at the top of Martin’s Hill) are falling against our house/roof and into our garden.

Many thanks,

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  • 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 12:36, Friday 17 January 2020

  • We are continuing to investigate and working to resolve this report

    Posted by Bromley Council at 14:57, Tuesday 28 January 2020

  • Our contractor has been notified to take the appropriate action.

    Posted by Bromley Council at 10:54, Wednesday 19 February 2020

  • Hello, I understand that with Covid 19 restrictions in place some things are taking longer but I noticed that contractors were cutting a tree down further into the park but nothing was done about the trees by our house. It's been very windy again and large branches keep falling into our garden/the pathway just in the park.

    Please let me know what is being done as someone is going to get hurt by one of the branches falling.

    Best, Andrew

    Posted anonymously at 08:09, Monday 11 May 2020

  • Appropriate action has been taken to resolve the issue.

    State changed to: Fixed

    Posted by Bromley Council at 08:21, Monday 11 May 2020

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