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leylandii laws

leylandii laws
Posted by: niecy (IP Logged)
Date: August 27, 2007 13:40

Hi can anyone help me please.... we live in Wirral and have a huge single leylandii tree at the bottom of our garden which our neighbour is after 7 years now complaining about.We think because he is putting a pond in his garden and is saying the foliage dropped will poison his water and the roots will interfere with his work ? We did not plant the tree and have never done anything to it, we know its our responsibility and are prepared to try and resolve the problem.Does anyone know where we stand legally, what the height law is on a single leylandii , it is roughly 30ft high now, what would be the best way to go about reducing the height and width if we need to ? Any advice would be appreciated Thanx

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|  leylandii laws niecy 27/08/2007 13:40
||  Re: leylandii laws chris 27/08/2007 20:21
|||  Re: leylandii laws niecy 28/08/2007 12:14
||||  Re: leylandii laws chris 28/08/2007 12:59
|||||  Re: leylandii laws niecy 28/08/2007 16:20

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