The trees on this parade never seem to be cut.
The SES will not remove the tree but get it out of the way and in a safe area for you to have it removed at your own convenience.
If you are the property owner, you are legally entitled to prune any branches that overhang your property, including council maintained trees, and cut them back to the boundary line. You may need. Dealing with overhanging trees. If none of the above conditions applies and you are the property owner, you are legally entitled to prune any branches that overhang your property, including council.
There are 45 conservation areas in Bromley, which have been designated because of their special character and appearance. The law requires that anyone planning to cut down or carry out work to a. Information about tree preservation orders TPOs. Permission is always needed to carry out work to a protected tree except when the following applies. when cutting down trees in accordance with one of the Forestry Commission's grant schemes, or where the Commission has granted a felling licence.
Application for tree works London Borough of Bromley. Coronavirus (Covid) You can contact us through our website or by phone. Our Civic Centre main reception is open by appointment for council services that can only be resolved face-to-face.
We have investigated this report and have made contact with the report originator to outline further details.
Please book an appointment at Face coverings must be worn during your appointment. Sent to Bromley Council 4 minutes later zoom. Show photo If it is not then I will consider cutting down any part of the tree that comes into my border as you plan on taking no action. Posted anonymously atTue 8 October There is no TPO. Sent to Bromley Council 1 minute later The parade of shops Beckenham stumpclear.bar trees on this parade never seem to be cut Birkbeck road and Mackenzie road seem to.
Reported via mobile in the Public Trees category anonymously atSunday 13 June Sent to Bromley Council less than a minute later Beautiful tree cut down on Friday, large dangerous stump. To trim a council tree you will first need to get permission from council by submitting an application for a permit.
In most cases, they will ask what the issue is and get their tree contractors to do the job free of charge. All local councils have preferred tree cutting services who do all their tree trimming on a contract basis. By alerting them to an issue, they should respond within a reasonable time period to get the problem tree.