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Re: leylandii laws

Re: leylandii laws
Posted by: niecy (IP Logged)
Date: August 28, 2007 12:14

Thanx for that, I have the info on high hedges & local council said they wouldn't get involved. He is threatening solicitors saying its too high and wide and that we will be fined if we dont do something.We think he wants it to come down but I quite like it and it provides a home for lots of birds.Do you know where I can find out the laws involved I only have info on hedges ?

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