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Bark stripped from tree

Reported in the Trees category anonymously at 23:50, Fri 1 June 2007

Sent to Carlisle City Council 5 minutes later

a tree at this point, just below the old cctv post has had its bark stripped at the bottom. Please can you protect it from further damage or it may need to be felled.

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  • Here is a extract from the email I recieved from CCC, on the 12 th of June.

    "i have been informed from property services that the area of concern
    xxx raffles ave is the ownership of carlisle housing association."

    They have not forwarded it, but i should contact CHA by phone to report a tree at the side of the road.

    Posted by Graham Telfer at 23:38, Thu 14 June 2007

  • I emailed enquires@cha... just after my last post. Still no reply, my partner left a message on there voicemail yesterday, no reply from that either. I also sent a email on another matter to CHA over a week ago, but not a squeak from that.

    Posted by Graham Telfer at 23:37, Wed 20 June 2007

  • The tree is not the property of Housing Association but belongs to City Council.
    ask them to refer to transfer plan 52 !
    If you need to speak with me you can contact me on 01228 882752

    Posted by Denys Nash at 11:10, Mon 25 June 2007

  • still have no confirmation from CHA that they have recieved my emails, but managed to contact Riverside (parent group) who were very quick to respond and pass on my questions to CHA.

    Posted anonymously at 01:36, Sat 30 June 2007

  • Still open, via questionnaire, 01:36, Sat 30 June 2007

  • I recieved a phonecall from a man at CHA today, we discussed the problem, and he was most helpful. But the upshot was that he was 100% sure that the tree did not belong to CHA, and the tree was owned by the City Council. So he said he was going to send a email to them.

    Posted by graham telfer at 22:40, Tue 3 July 2007

  • Both the housing association and the city council claim the tree belongs to the other party, and I have seen a map to support the councils claim. Surely they could have worked this out between themselves.

    Posted anonymously at 00:23, Sun 29 July 2007

  • Still open, via questionnaire, 00:23, Sun 29 July 2007

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