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Hi i was hoping to get some advice, i have tree in my back

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Hi i was hoping to get some advice, i have tree in my back garden which i would like to get cut down and have been told by the council that it is not subject to a TPO but that i need planning consent to have it taken down is this true? The tree is over 25 years old on the edge of my property very close to my neighbours house and i live in wrexham north wales Any advice would be great thanks.
Submitted: 3 years ago.
Category: Law
Expert:  UKSolicitorJA replied 3 years ago.

You seem to have been correctly advised by your council. As your tree is quite near your neighbour's property, felling it could affect the foundations of your neighbour's property which is why planning permission may be required before you can bring down your tree.

You may make the application yourself here:

Hope this helps