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Re: Chapman v LB Barking & Dagenham

Subject: Re: Chapman v LB Barking & Dagenham
From: Andersonarb
Date: Dec 29 2003 10:43:32
In a message dated 29/12/2003 09:34:28 GMT Standard Time, 
John.Flannigan@xxxxxxxxxxx.gov.uk writes:

What does all this mean?

The Bacteria sound like bit of a red herring I'd have said John. My reading 
of it suggests the press photograph was probably as much influence as the 
bacteria; I'd have thought the colonisation by any bacteria would be so rapid 
after 
felling as to be irrelevant and I'm surprised Peter B didn't suggest this.

What it does prove is that if the borough could have said we inspected these 
trees within the last 12 months they'd have saved at least the cost of an 
appeal if not the wrecking of a bloke's life.

Bill,
PS Yeah, Happy New Year all, and thanks for this bit of displacement activity 
that has given me an excuse not to go and inspect a development site in sub 
zero temperatures!


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