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Tree trunk has broken during storm and is leaning against adjacent tree. This tree is on the edge of the footpath through Scotch Gill wood where the outfall for the estate runs between Pinewood and Wansdyke. It is in a very precarious position at present and could come down anytime. I have a photograph but fix my street programme would not accept it.

Reported via desktop in the Trees in public parks and open spaces category anonymously at 13:11, Tuesday 23 January 2024

Sent to Northumberland County Council less than a minute later. FixMyStreet ref: 5480456.

Broken tree trunk could come down anytime

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  • Your report has been forwarded to the appropriate department. Please note, we are only able to inspect trees that are dead, damaged, diseased or causing a physical obstruction as a priority. All general tree maintenance work requests that are causing no risk of harm to people or property will be dealt with as resources allow.

    We are unable to provide a time frame for inspections and works relating to low priority requests. For more information follow https://www.northumberland.gov.uk/ Highways/ Report-a-tree-issue.aspx.

    Posted by Northumberland County Council at 13:11, Tuesday 23 January 2024

  • Still open, via questionnaire, 15:43, Tuesday 20 February 2024

  • Tree team have attended.

    State changed to: Fixed

    Posted by Northumberland County Council at 12:24, Friday 3 May 2024

  • Tree team have attended.

    Posted by Northumberland County Council at 12:24, Friday 3 May 2024

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