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Is this tpo faulty so doesn't stand

Is this tpo faulty so doesn't stand
Posted by: Melissa (IP Logged)
Date: July 28, 2013 16:55


Hiya

Just looking at our tpo and its states in the first schedule 'group of trees' group consisting of 4 sycamores (one multiple stemmed) and one poplar' but the poplar fell down into neighbours house in high winds and then there is only 2 sycamore trees, other one was removed as houses were built. So does this mean the tpo isn't correct so now doesn't stand?

Thanks in advance

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