Overall form progress:
Report a Tree Problem
Council staff continue to deal with the aftermath of Storm's Arwen, Barra, Malik, Corrie and Dudley. Whilst this is a priority, we are unable to deal with requests for non-urgent works.
The council is responsible for the safety and management of trees on land in its ownership, and trees on road verges (but not trees in hedgerows alongside roads). The safety of trees on privately owned land is the responsibility of the landowner, and trees in hedgerows alongside roads are the responsibility of the owner of the hedge.
If you see a tree that you think is a potential public safety problem, please use this form to let us know about it. We will inspect the tree, and if it is owned by the council, any work considered necessary will be prioritised according to the level of risk it poses to people or property. If the tree is privately owned we will advise the landowner of any safety issues. You can also report other tree issues on council land that are not related to safety. These will be assessed by us and any works deemed necessary will be prioritised accordingly.You can see how we assess and prioritise tree works by clicking the link below.
Click here to see the Tree Works Priority Guide
The guide also indicates the target timescales for the completion of works.
Click here if you want to make a report regarding SHRUBS or BUSHES
The more information you include in this form, the faster we will be able to address your issue.
Please enter your postcode to look up your address
Please enter as much detail as possible about the location of the tree
Please describe the nature of the problem
Have you contacted us before about this issue?
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