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Overgrown basal growth of tree

Reported via Android in the Low hanging branches category by Barbara Stryjak at 17:35, Tuesday 12 October 2021

Sent to TfL less than a minute later. TfL ref: FMS3058529.

This growth is now overhanging half of the cycle path. I had to come off the cycle path to allow a cyclist pass who was going in the opposite direction.

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  • Thank you for taking the time to report this to us. It is much appreciated. The low hanging branches have been investigated and we have now referred it to our contractors. Any necessary action will be taken in the next 28 days. Should you need anything else or have any questions, you may wish to contact our customer services team on 0343 222 1234

    State changed to: Action scheduled

    Posted by TfL at 19:25, Tuesday 19 October 2021

  • This issue has not been addressed on a number of occasions. I have just complained about the same issue. It is a dangerous hazard

    Posted anonymously at 15:15, Monday 25 October 2021

  • Can you please update me on when this will be done? It is now almost 3 weeks since I reported this problem. You stated that it could take up to 28 days but it is dangerous for cyclists and the problems should be tackled within days of the report being submitted.

    Posted anonymously at 15:26, Monday 1 November 2021

  • This was the same response when the incident was reported last year. No action was taken then and I require a timeline on when this will be addressed. And sooner than 28 days please

    Posted anonymously at 09:37, Wednesday 3 November 2021

  • The action scheduled for your report should now have been completed as detailed in your previous response. On some occasions it does take a little longer than scheduled. If you have any further queries on this, please either create a new report or contact our Customer Contact Centre on 0343 222 1234

    State changed to: Fixed

    Posted by TfL at 05:32, Wednesday 17 November 2021

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