This large old Cherry tree was overshadowing our client’s garden and house. Our client was initially keen to retain the tree, therefore we previously had crown raised this tree to alleviate the shading it was causing.

However, several years later, due to it’s proximity to the property and the speed of re-growth the issue needed to be addressed again. On carefully consideration it was agreed that ultimately the tree was not appropriate for its location and its removal was the best long term solution.

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