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Boundary trees between Adwalton Close rear gardens and the A650 are dangerously high

Reported via mobile in the Trees category anonymously at 21:27, Thu 11 August 2022

Sent to Leeds City Council less than a minute later. FixMyStreet ref: 3748311.

I am writing to suggest that the trees currently situated between the residents rear gardens on Adwalton Close and the A650 must be maintained in some way as soon as possible. Residents have tried to contact, resulting in no success, the local Drighlington council over concerns of the safety and the general environment they create. We've had discussions over how, because of their height, the trees sway dangerously in high winds, with one even coming down into someone's garden and almost onto their property last year. The height of the trees also means that sunlight is regularly blocked out, resulting in unsafe, slimy surfaces and general annoyance over our gardens being constantly in the shade. We feel that an effort to maintain a more suitable tree height, would improve the overall garden environment and make it a much safer place to reside.

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