Restricted access at Trenance Gardens

Created 13 Apr, 2017

Following a detailed tree survey it has been identified that it is necessary to fell two large Monterey Pines which are situated within the Trenance Gardens. The trees have high levels of decay within the lower stem and base of the trees. CORMAC’s Arboricultural Officers consider there is an increased likelihood that the trees could fail and therefore recommended that the trees are felled in the interest of public safety.

It was only after careful consideration that the decision to fell the trees was made. The trees are considered very valuable to the local landscape and because of this the Council will be replacing the trees with a group of three Scots pines and a single Dawn Redwood which has been kindly donated by a member of public.

CORMAC’s Tree and Landscape Team will be carrying out these works on behalf of Cornwall Council, will be carrying out these works during the week commencing  18th April 2017.It is envisaged that works will take approximately  10 days to complete these works. To ensure public safety access to the garden will be restricted for the duration of works however Trenance Cottages will be open for business as usual, please follow any diversions/instruction on site.

We apologise in advance for any disruption or upset caused by these works.

 

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