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Old 07 Sep 2010, 12:19 PM   #1 (permalink)
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is there something in the water in plymouth

BBC News - Plymouth neighbours dispute over 35ft trees

pmsl, what on earth made him think he'll get away with it if the council gets involved?
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it's been on the news all weekend,talk about wanting privacy
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that why he's said he's done it? i knwo he had to remove a 3m high burlin wall,,, lol

if he's that bothered move to a cave, dumbass lol
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actually there was something in the water, there was a sewage leak the other day and bathers and animals (NOT INCLUDING FISH) where told to keep out the water.
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What a noob, those trees should be banned from residential properties they do more damage than good
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What a noob, those trees should be banned from residential properties they do more damage than good
Here, here both my neighbours at each side have these blinkin things
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Here, here both my neighbours at each side have these blinkin things

prob within your rights to complain to the council, although ask the ownersw to sort them first
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prob within your rights to complain to the council, although ask the ownersw to sort them first
Council say not on thier land, there just as bad and wont cut a tree down behind my garden which is on their land and it's blocking out the sky signal

One neighbour did cut hers back costing a hefty 500 the other has younger trees and i've mentioned how much it will cost her once they get up a bit - think she go the hint

Just waiting for the leaves to fall off the one at the back so i can sit down and watch some tv again
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Council say not on thier land, there just as bad and wont cut a tree down behind my garden which is on their land and it's blocking out the sky signal

One neighbour did cut hers back costing a hefty 500 the other has younger trees and i've mentioned how much it will cost her once they get up a bit - think she go the hint

Just waiting for the leaves to fall off the one at the back so i can sit down and watch some tv again
under the cover of darkness,use a cordless drill with a 3 or 4 mm bit,drill into the tree,insert a syringe with some SBK,2 doses should do the job nicely
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under the cover of darkness,use a cordless drill with a 3 or 4 mm bit,drill into the tree,insert a syringe with some SBK,2 doses should do the job nicely
go the same prob, got massive trees on council land to the right hand side of my house blocks the signal, misses wont let me go over and chop it down as she said the birds wont have any plave to live, im not sure of she is taking the piss. ill post a pic and youll see what i mean
tree in the way misses wont let me attack
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and forest where the birds could live WTF
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if you satalite or anything is being interupted by anyones over grown tree it's your right to remove the offending limbs,have just hacked down half my neighbours ash tree as it buggered satalight signal also it's funked my garage wall totally so in a legal battle with the landlord of nextdoor,stupid fat balding ginger tosser
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under the cover of darkness,use a cordless drill with a 3 or 4 mm bit,drill into the tree,insert a syringe with some SBK,2 doses should do the job nicely
Brilliant we have been over there and chopped down the trees we could due to councils crap attitude but this a BIGGIE, bigger than pic above so, if i add some SBK my only worry could it come down with a strong wind? Or will it just die off naturally so to speak?
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go the same prob, got massive trees on council land to the right hand side of my house blocks the signal, misses wont let me go over and chop it down as she said the birds wont have any plave to live, im not sure of she is taking the piss. ill post a pic and youll see what i mean
tree in the way misses wont let me attack
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and forest where the birds could live WTF
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ONG What is she talking about i'm a member of the RSPCA and i agree thats ****ing ugly and i'm a tree higger The birds have ample accomodation there! Just wait til late autumn when the leaves fall off then theres no excuse
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Brilliant we have been over there and chopped down the trees we could due to councils crap attitude but this a BIGGIE, bigger than pic above so, if i add some SBK my only worry could it come down with a strong wind? Or will it just die off naturally so to speak?
juust make sure you go deep,the tree will die off over time,(natrel like )
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