Dear all, we have a tree on public open space and adjacent to properties that
is regularly being climbed by children. Not to a particularly high level but
sufficient to cause injury should they fall and there are some ASB issues.
Physical barriers are likely to act as a large litter bin and cause a fire
hazard so we are currently contemplating the use of anti-climb paint. Tree
specific ACP appears non-existent but I could be wrong. If I am then where
can it be found? If not then does anyone have experience of applying the
readily available ACP to trees and have there been any detrimental effects?
Gareth D Hare
Lichfield District Council
District Council House, Frog Lane, Lichfield, Staffordshire WS13 6YZ
T: 01543 XXXXXX
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