Over Hanging Vegetation

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Over Hanging Vegetation

Postby Parsons » Fri Nov 09, 2012 11:33 am

Over hanging vegetation!

We live on a road in the North West Of England which is used as a rat run for cars especially at school times. The Local Council has been involved to try and stop this but with no real success. We have groown a hedge in the front of our home to cut out the noise and it works very well. We have now received two letters from the Council telling is to cut the hedge back to our boundary line. if we do that it wont grow back. Our neighbours dont want this to happen nor do we. If we are forced to do this we will have no choice but to remove the hedge completely at a cost of £1000. The hedge does not cast a shadow over anyone elses property but it does stick out on the pavement. There is plenty of space for wheelchairs, motorised scooters or push chairs. When we have treid to speak to the person sending us letters he just states that we need to cu the headge back. We have asked to meet with him and he tells us to get the hedge cut. We have asked to see the complaint made, apparently by a partially sighted person but he tells us that it was taken over the phone so he cant send us anything......and the letters he has sent are clear.....cut the hedge back. We have asked to speak to him in person and he tells us that he has sent hundreds of letters out and that he has never been asked to meet. He is using the Highways act to inforce his decsion as the legislation re hedges doesnt count as it doesnt shade anyone elses property. Can anyone help!!!??
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Re: Over Hanging Vegetation

Postby pitano1 » Fri Nov 09, 2012 2:23 pm

hi parsons.
if you want to argue, with these tossers you can.
but please be prepaired for massive amounts of fuckwittery,and
bollix.

one solution`the simplest`
you are not oblidged to accept letters from any other party,in the crowns title
system..ie mr.parsons

so.
any litter/letters you receive can be returned...ADDRESSEE NOT RECOGNISED.
if opened you say.OPENED IN ERROR.
RETURN TO SENDER.
sorted,no name,no backdrill,as they say :giggle:
however if someone injures themself you can be
held responsible via common law.
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Re: Over Hanging Vegetation

Postby mr100 » Fri Nov 09, 2012 3:12 pm

what legal powers do councils have in general. if they have legal powers why do they go to the courts ie non payment of council tax. sorry if this is a bit off thread.
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Re: Over Hanging Vegetation

Postby mr100 » Fri Nov 09, 2012 3:15 pm

i used to work for the highways dept of my local council. if you dont cut it back they will eventually cut it back. so what legal powers do they have
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Re: Over Hanging Vegetation

Postby pitano1 » Sat Nov 10, 2012 8:44 am

the council.
gain legal power through contracts.

ie.you sign one with them,or by the fact that
you are a citizen.

how much power do they have.?
they have the power to do what they like.`if`you dont
put them in their place.

for instance.
you can remove their`implied` right of access,to your property.
via NOTICE of removal.
you can make your own contracts,with your terms/conditions.

i may be incorrect,so you will have to do your own due diligence on this.

in the case of a hedge,for instance. :grin:
you could put a `lien`on it..

the quickest,and easiest,would be a notice.


NOTICE TO BLA BLA COUNCIL.
if you touch my feckin hedge you agree
to pay me £50.000

this does need padding out a little i must admit.
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Re: Over Hanging Vegetation

Postby treeman » Sat Nov 10, 2012 10:10 am

Their is or should be high hedges legislation within your local guberment websites.
I'll make no subscription to their paradise.

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Re: Over Hanging Vegetation

Postby frogmanbrabs » Sat Nov 10, 2012 2:12 pm

topiary.jpg
How about employing a topiarist and getting them to do something like this
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