Overgrown footpath on Green Leys footpath leading to Park hill
Reported via desktop anonymously at 10:31, Fri 4 November 2022
Sent to Hampshire County Council and Hart District Council less than a minute later
The footpath is seriously reduced in width due to the brambles, branches and fallen debris from chestnut trees, making it difficult to walk on.
I recently reported this footpath (ref. No.7110197) but I think your inspector was looking in the wrong place. This footpath is alongside no. 52 Portland Drive, which leads to Park Place. It is not the Park Place end which is the problem, but the other end, and is most definitely in need of ‘remedial work’ in my opinion. I would please request further investigation in the right place. I can show the inspector if he would care to call on me.
Posted anonymously at 13:36, Tue 15 November 2022
I am seriously concerned about a huge oak tree round the back of the houses between Park Hill and Portland Drive, by the garages. It is dangerously leaning off to one side, made worse by a huge bough on one side that must be slowly but surely dragging it over, made even worse by the fact that it is heavily loaded with overgrowth of lots of ivy. I am in fear of parking my car outside of my own garage because of the fear of it crashing down, and if this happens, it is quite likely to crush 2 or 3 garages and however many cars happen to be parked in the vicinity at the time. I think a tree expert needs to examine the tree and the large bough removed in order to save the whole tree, and the ivy growth removed also. Just one bad storm or a heavy snowfall will probably bring it down. Please give this some serious consideration.
Posted anonymously at 15:51, Mon 5 December 2022
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