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Romneyroad/ Romney parade overgrown ivy 12feet high

Reported anonymously at 05:04, Thu 9 July 2015

Sent to Hillingdon Borough Council 1 minute later

Overgrown ivy damaging fence, the roots have grown through the fence. Now the fence is buckling under the weight. Communal gardenof council property. Issue was reported a year ago, an officer came down and that was it. I have been chasing the council up for months, and been promised it will be sorted within 14days, by the tenants. Which obviously is not the case and now this is causing damage to my property, which is private. Tenants don't care. Unsure what else i can do now. Romney road/ Romney parade

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  • Sounds like you are trying to escalate an issue. FMS is not the place to do that; it is an alternative method for submitting initial reports.

    Normally, to escalate you should either contact your local councillors, or use the formal complaints procedure. The people who run FMS also run https://www.writetothem.com/ for contacting councillors, etc.

    Note that it was difficult for me to work out who owned what here, but I think if there had been no council ownership this would be a neighbour dispute.

    Also, FMS doesn't officially cover the housing departments of councils. It only really works to the extent that many councils ignore the categorisation in FMS and treat the reports as email to their general purpose help desk. Many councils do not manage their own council housing, although it looks like Hillingdon does.

    Posted anonymously at 08:24, Thu 9 July 2015

  • Still open, via questionnaire, 05:45, Thu 6 August 2015

  • Problem was reported last year and continiously uptill now.. Last summer.. Neighbours council property ivy grown through my fence seriously damaging it, that it is now buckling. An officer called by checked and nothing more was done.. I have Repeatedly called the council office only to be promised a call back.. Which never happens..

    Posted anonymously at 05:45, Thu 6 August 2015

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