Friday, 15 October 2010


At long last after 10 long years many Oscott residents are seeing the light. 30 foot high conifers situated on a 10 foot high bank behind walling and fencing are now being removed from near residents homes.
About half have already been taken down this week and the rest should follow.
Their removal will also mean the crumbling, root effect wall, will be less of a danger to residents. It may also be possible to remove at last Stabilising beams put it to stop the wall falling down near some of the houses.
It is a great shame when trees have to be removed but in this case these Conifers had to go.
I am doing what I can to get the Housing department to sort out the wall and repair the remaining fence as soon as they can once the trees are gone.
(See also August 19th Post)

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