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anti-climb paint

Subject: anti-climb paint
From: Hare, Gareth
Date: Apr 20 2017 09:34:55
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?

Regards


Gareth

Gareth D Hare
Arboricultural Officer
Lichfield District Council

District Council House, Frog Lane, Lichfield, Staffordshire WS13 6YZ
T: 01543 XXXXXX
E: gareth.hare@xxxxxxxxxxxx.gov.uk


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