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On AVDC owned and managed land between Spindleberries, 23 Lower Road, Stoke Mandeville, HP22 5XA and the adjacent public footpath.

Reported via desktop in the Trees category anonymously at 12:23, Friday 6 August 2021

Received by Buckinghamshire Council moments later

Several dead elm trees, (between 20 ft - 40ft tall), which are covered in ivy in the hedgerow boundary between my property line (Spindleberries, 23 Lower Road, Stoke Mandeville) and the public footpath are in danger of falling on to the adjacent telephone lines or even on to the house next door. These dead trees currently sway in even a light breeze. The next storm could topple them. There are approx. 6 of these dead elm trees in the hedgerow which are potentially hazardous. They could fall onto passers by on the public footpath or on to the pavement of Lower Road. These dead trees need lopping or cutting down. They are not on my property. Please feel free to telephone me concerning this matter if you would like further information or to arrange access from my property. Tel: 01296 614426.

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    Posted by Buckinghamshire Council at 12:23, Friday 6 August 2021

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