Tall trees

Re: Tall trees

Postby Collaborate » Wed Apr 20, 2016 2:02 pm

The landlord doesn't have the right to insist that the tenant removes trees. The LL must sort that one out.
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Re: Tall trees

Postby arborlad » Wed Apr 20, 2016 2:24 pm

mr sheen wrote:If a private tenant, the owner of the property has the right to insist that action is taken that avoids a dispute that would make the property difficult to sell.



.........sold with a sitting tenant??.............evicted for having two tall conifers??............bit too much conjecture for my liking..........
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Re: Tall trees

Postby mr sheen » Wed Apr 20, 2016 3:04 pm

No conjecture at all......neighbour has complained...council has sent letter....hence property is in dispute until resolved which would need to be declared if selling. Landlord has right to avoid/resolve the dispute if s/he wishes and seek to maintain reasonable relations with neighbours.
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Re: Tall trees

Postby arborlad » Tue May 17, 2016 9:05 am

mr sheen wrote:No conjecture at all......neighbour has complained...council has sent letter....hence property is in dispute until resolved which would need to be declared if selling. Landlord has right to avoid/resolve the dispute if s/he wishes and seek to maintain reasonable relations with neighbours.



Yet more conjecture.......not immediate neighbour....we don't know the contents of the letter...we don't know the author or department it was sent from.......we don't know if the author has sufficient authority to act......the tenant also has rights which you seem quite happy to ignore or disregard....we don't know if the landlord wants to sell and even if he did it would have to be with a sitting tenant...any attempt to evict the the tenant based solely on having two conifers is almost certainly bound to fail............if one letter from the council is sufficient to place a property in dispute, watch out for even more disputes...
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Re: Tall trees

Postby mr sheen » Tue May 17, 2016 9:40 am

Are you looking for a fight Arborlad? Or do you just feel a need to read into other people's posts, things that are just not there?
All above is irrelevant.
A neighbour (no mention that it is a close neighbour!) made a complaint and the council has sent a letter (irrelevant which dept sent it...but facts according to OP). OP is a Tenant. The landlord may or may not wish to avoid a dispute with any neighbour and the Council and depending upon the detail of the tenancy agreement, the landlord may have the right to cut down the trees on his land if he so chooses. The only fairy story conjecture is....,,yours.
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Re: Tall trees

Postby Collaborate » Tue May 17, 2016 10:04 am

mr sheen wrote:Are you looking for a fight Arborlad?


I think the words you're looking for are "did you spill my pint?"

Take it outside, please....
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Re: Tall trees

Postby COGGY » Tue May 17, 2016 12:09 pm

Hi
Unless I have missed it, there is no record yet of any Council person visiting to view the trees. Surely such a visit should take place, plus a letter setting out the Council's requirements, before anything else. If any work on the trees is recommended then, if this is a private let, I believe any work to be the responsibility of the landlord just as if the boiler went on the blink it would be the Landlord's responsibility.
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