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Tree identification help please

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Hello, I have a tree in my garden close to the property and it is causing damage to the foundations. I've been asked what tree it is but I'm not sure. Would any of you lovely people have any ideas please? 

 

Leaves are fairly broad and large, some of which must measure at least 15cm across. The tree is taller than our property, but I'm terrible at gauging at how tall it is. Maybe 15-20 metres?

 

Happy to provide any more information if you need it.

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