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Williamwpd
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Posted - 14 November 2005 :  16:32:20  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
My neighbour has an oak tree which is just 6 feet from my house and stands twice the height of the building.
I have had all the limbs overhanging my property cut but still my main concern is that the others may cause not only property damage but personnal injury.
Just one of these limbs would take the whole house down.
I have continually asked that the overall height be brought down somewhat but they are just oblivious to the danger that this tree brings.
I have even offered to pay but with no result.
Some years back I paid half of having what I thought would be the height reduction but again only the branches overhanging my boundary were trimmed.
The following week in a gale a 12 foot branch landed in my front garden from my roof.
I got no response from them.
I have had all my tiles removed for cleaning and have had approx 40 tiles replaced through the years due to this tree plus leaks in my house due to it going through the roof felt.Even the felt was replaced all at my cost.
Each year I have to have a roofer come twice to unblock my gutters.
I really need some help as with each storm I am nearly in panic mode.
No official body will help.
I therefore need a lawyer who can advise.
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