Planning Application NP/TCA/0124/0052
The tree stands in the garden at the back of our house at the eastern corner of the house, close to the wall + Park Hall Brook. At its closest point the branches of the tree are about a metre from the house wall + 0.75 of a metre from the wall by the stream. The roots have lifted flags to the footpath around the house which are often slippy because it is shaded by the tree. The proximity of the tree to both the house and the boundary wall can be seen as as insurance risk by some companies. The tree is a Cypree or Leylandii whih has seriously outgrown its space.
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