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    Do I need to notify the council of tree work by a road?

    Tree Surgeons

    Is the council notified/must the council be notified prior to a tree surgeon working on a tree on a busy road?

    Asked by Christian on 25th Apr 2022
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    Handy Seve

    "IF THE TREE IS ON YOUR PROPERTY AND IS NOT ENDANGERING THE PUBLIC OR THE ROAD THEN NO HOWEVER INFORMING THE COUNCIL OF SUCH WORK WILL COVER YOURSELF. LOG THE EMAIL JUST IN CASE.ALSO, CHECK INSURANCE COVER OF THIRD PARTY I.E TREE SURGEON."

    Answered on 25th Apr 2022 - Member since Feb 2022 - report
    Blantyre Tree Care

    "If the tree surgeons are working on a busy road. They should contact the council and police to ensure that they are all aware of the works being carried out.

    There should also be traffic management involved, whether it's diversions, road closures, or cones. This should also be carried out by an appropriate company.

    If you need any other assistance please do get in touch"

    Answered on 4th May 2022 - Member since Apr 2022 - report

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