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20ft Ash trees

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Hi all, I'm looking to have some Ash trees cut down. Glasgow area. Please find images below.

 

No TPOs or conservation restrictions.

 

This is for a garden which is common to a block of 6 flats. I'm taking charge of dealing with the trees as I believe they are growing at an unsafe distance from the property, which is less than 5 meters away.

 

Any recommendations on finding a pro who can do the job would be appreciated.

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Looks more like Beech to me def not Ash,is all the help I can be

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They are not Ash . Beech or maybe .....wait for it ........, wait for it .........Hornbeam

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If its just those in the picture slice em off and in the chipper in a trice . If I was there £60 cash .

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beach? Chainsaw boots fill up with sand...

 

 

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Sorted thank you :biggrin:

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