UKTC Archive

RE: Non invasive cable brace

Subject: RE: Non invasive cable brace
From: Addison, Gilbert
Date: Dec 20 2006 15:19:37
I am currently training several grey squirrels in the thermal benefits
of dreys lined with shredded polypropylene. On satisfactory completion
of their training and issue of certificates of competence they will be
free to operate as constructors of "nu warm-drey" in the wider
environment and to pass on their skills to their cultural kin. Now what
was that next inspection date?


 
Gilbert Addison
Tree and Countryside Officer
Breckland Council
Tel: 01362 XXXXXX
Fax: 01362 XXXXXX
 

-----Original Message-----
From: Jonathan Mills [mailto:cookleylandscapes@xxxxxx.com] 
Sent: 20 December 2006 13:56
To: UK Tree Care
Subject: Non invasive cable brace

Hi
Can anyone give me an indication on inspection regimes of what I believe
to be a Cobra brace.

It is tieing two stems of a scots pine togethere at about 7m 1 stem is
14m ht diameter 40 ish the other is 8m ht diameter 35 ish.

One stem leans toward a house the other a road. It is for a TPO appeal.

Many thanks and have a great Xmas and new year

Jon Mills


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