- Essex/Suffolk border
chimney different matterJust about to post the same link - seems to all be above board. Meanwhile her party chimney is leaking and she’s scared to have the work done in case it upsets them.
It is used and lined, just needs pointing and whatever the cement on the top is called.
your snookered my neighbor has conifers and a few trees along my border. i never asked i just topped them off and sliced the sides off parallel with the fence he never said owt and we get on well with each otherThese days your house insurance usuaaly asks if you have trees over a certain height within a short distance of your house.......what happens if there is such a tree but its next door.
your snookered my neighbor has conifers and a few trees along my border. i never asked i just topped them off and sliced the sides off parallel with the fence he never said owt and we get on well with each other
yep cut the roots on your side on a decent size tree and it could topple over in high winds or kill itWe have a chain trencher and get asked to install a fair bit of root barrier along boundaries.There is a very fine legal line between what's acceptable to protect your property and what would be deemed the illegal act of killing a neighbours tree, especially if its an established tree.
I have both....the street is named Poplar so you can imagine.........Ive had to re-route the drains because of the willow......so now one of them is taking out a wall and the fencethe worst trees to have close to a building is poplar trees or weeping willow the last one smashes your drains to find water the 1st gets to high and breaks in high wind
Spring is the wrong time of year to prune any tree, as it stimulates new growth, and also can cause sap bleeding. if there are any active bird nests in the tree it is illegal to disturb them in the nesting season, which begins in February. Get in touch with your local wildlife officer at the council, or the wildlife police officer if you have one. It is a criminal offence to disturb nesting birds!