Crab apple tree
Reported via desktop in the Street category anonymously at 15:47, Mon 5 July 2021
Sent to London Borough of Bexley less than a minute later. Report ref: 2842354.
Alot of fruit falls off this tree and people cn fall over on this has been report before worried husband will fall
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State changed to: Investigating
Posted by London Borough of Bexley at 15:47, Mon 5 July 2021
Hi we have recently move to 29 Bowford Avenue Bexleyheath DA7 4ST the problem is the crab apple tree that is outside our drive - the crab apple are not only all over the pavement but all over my drive - they are dangerous! I watched an elderly man almost fall over if it wasn't for the fact he had someone with him I dread to think what state he would have been in - I don't wish this to happen to my self or my Husband who has many ill health problems including spondylitis of the spine which makes him unsteady. At the bottom of the tree there are masses of weeds that are very over grown and spilling out onto the pavement as well - I would appreciate if you could respond to me as to what action will be taken - my email address is traceyabbott email@example.com - Thank you
Posted anonymously by a non-staff user at 12:09, Wed 15 September 2021
Hi please see photo this problem has not been looked at as far as I know and as you can see is an health and safety issue, please could you let me know what plan is to resolve this problem
Posted anonymously by a non-staff user at 11:48, Thu 30 September 2021
State changed to: Open
Updated by London Borough of Bexley at 14:01, Mon 18 October 2021
Work to resolve the issue you raised and undertaken on a priority basis. We cannot provide specific timescales but aim to get this matter resolved as soon as possible, and we will notify you.
Thank you for bringing to our attention.
State changed to: Action scheduled
Posted by London Borough of Bexley at 16:41, Mon 18 October 2021
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