Back of no. 13 Hudson Drive
Reported via mobile in the Tree/hedge restricting available highway category anonymously at 18:40, Sat 25 March 2023
Sent to Lincolnshire County Council less than a minute later. Council ref: 452853.
Trees / hedge beginning to block pedestrian thoroughfare and sunlight over a number of properties. When windy sound like they might snap. Danger to the public
Thanks for letting us know about your issue with a tree/hedge on the highway. We will look into this and let you know what we find within the next 14 days. You can find out more about trees and hedges on our website
Posted by Lincolnshire County Council at 18:40, Sat 25 March 2023
Great news, we’ve had a look at the issue and we have now passed to our Highways Officers for the team to assess what can be done to resolve the matter. We’ll let you know when the assessment has taken place.
State changed to: Investigating
Posted by Lincolnshire County Council at 20:34, Sun 26 March 2023
These conifers are getting wider and taller. Parts of the tree look like they could snap off at any part which is hanging over parked cars. The property owner has been spoken to by a number of neighbours and still nothing has been done. It has been blocking the sun in my garden and a number of other neighbours for 2 years at least (since i moved in). They are taller than the houses.
Posted anonymously at 16:20, Wed 16 August 2023
Still nothing been done. Trees hanging right over into the public footpath and dead branches hanging down on to the car parking area and public footpath. The next excuse used will be because birds are nesting. Now is the time to sort them. Ongoing issue for well over 5 years according to residents.
Posted anonymously at 14:14, Tue 14 November 2023
It is time something was done about the tree at 13 Hudson Drive coningsby,this is blocking light to near by properties and branches look as though going to snap which fall on nearby cars or fences someone will end up with a hefty bill . Also the height of this tree is well above what it should be by law
Posted anonymously at 14:14, Tuesday 2 January 2024
Thanks for letting us know about the issue. We are sorry for the delay in responding however in this case the fault is not on one of the roads we look after. To find the owner of the land you could contact Land Registry here If this is ongoing you might wish to contact the services of a solicitor or mediator to help resolve the issue. Thank you for reporting this matter.
State changed to: not the council's responsibility
Posted by Lincolnshire County Council at 14:37, Friday 26 January 2024
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