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Overgrown tree on opposite Fosseway School need to be removed

Reported in the Overgrown vegetation in Council parks and green spaces category by Guy Hambleton at 13:24, Thursday 27 August 2020

Sent to Bath and North East Somerset Council less than a minute later. Council ref: 2266340.

This is an overgrown tree that needed to be removed as it's far too big to be that area where houses, school and well used public pavement, please look at the photos to see how big the tree is. Its overgrown to the pavement using more than half width of it, people using pushchairs or mobile scooters will have to use the road to get past, there is an elderly blind woman with a guide dog from St Peters always use this pavement which it's difficult for her and an accident is waiting to happen, the access to St Peters is not clear with overhead grown branches. The metal railings is bend backwards to the pavement make it tighter too. Does this tree belong to the council or private house owner? Either way it needed to be removed. Location is on Longfellow Road by the footpath to St Peters, opposite the Fosseway School.

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