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Self Seeding Trees causing sporadic growth in gardens

Reported anonymously at 09:53, Thu 29 July 2021

Theres two trees on the grass pacthes near the car parking areas which are seeding nearby gardens, the council has just had to cut down a self seeded tree just in front of 34 Leaholme gardens however theres shoots appearing everywhere. they are not easy to pull out. theres also a previous issue with large cracks on the pavement which show the large roots of these trees potentially going underneath the houses which is yet to be resolved. both of these tress are huge inconvenience and a a concern for future subsidence problems.



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