Monday, January 23, 2006

Moseley landmark tree is cut down

One of Moseley's landmark trees was today cut down.

The large fir tree, was in the front garden of 122 Oxford Road, at the junction of Oxford Road and Billesley Lane.

The tree was protected by a Tree Preservation Order, however the owner was given permission by the Council to chop it down. The tree was badly damaged in last years tornado and the Council's Tree Officer decided it was beyond saving.

The root of the tree will be dug out and an tree of the same species planted in exactly the same place.


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