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Is my landlord responsible for trimming trees?

Not all rental properties come with a garden, but when they do, it’s often something that tenants really cherish. While everyone enjoys spending time outside, not everybody enjoys the maintenance that comes with upkeeping an outdoor space. However, many landlords believe that it’s a ‘given’ that residents will take care of this for themselves. It’s...

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Whose job is it to trim trees near power lines?

A full-grown tree can be a thing of beauty, but not if it’s sitting directly underneath an overhead power line. In this situation, overgrown trees can quickly become a public safety risk and interrupt the supply of electricity, especially in severe weather. In this article, we assess what to do if one of your trees...

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Killing and removing trees, roots and stumps

Don’t get stumped with tree removal After a tree has been cut and felled, there’ll normally be a small portion of the tree remaining, known as the stump. Unfortunately, tree stumps can be difficult to remove and if left unaddressed can begin to regrow. In this blog, we detail the best ways to deal with...

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Tree surgeon: how to find one

Scaling the heights of tree surgery It’s not every day that you need a tree surgeon, but when you do, it’s often on the job that you can’t afford to get wrong. In this article, we assess what a tree surgeon can do, how to ensure you’re working with a good one and how to...

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Overhanging Trees: Who’s Responsible?

For many years, homeowners have used trees to create gardens abundant in style. While looking great, large trees can also lead to disputes, especially if they overhang across a boundary. In this article, we aim to provide readers with an understanding of UK law relating to trees. Who owns a tree growing on a boundary?...

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