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Trees are overhanging and damaging the boundary fence of the Thames Water Sewage Treatment works. Please cut back and remove.

Reported in the Trees category anonymously at 08:37, Wed 26 October 2016

Sent to Oxfordshire County Council 3 minutes later

Thames Water own the Sewage Treatment works, there are trees/hedges planted (not by TW) along the outside of the boundary, these trees hedges are overgrown and require cutting back and removing as they are damaging the fenceline. This is to the north of the site alond Moor ditch and along the cycle path from Basil Hil Road.

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  • I have consulted with the public rights of way team and they have said the following. North of the site along Moor ditch : no public right of way or land under the control of OCC along the northern boundary of the Thames Water site. Land Registry shows Thames Water own up to Moor ditch with the other side privately owned. This will be a private matter between the two landowners. Cycle path alongside Thames Water site : OCC do not own the land over which the public bridleway runs. We are only responsible for the public's right to pass and repass and surface vegetation hindering this usage.The trees which sit between the cycle path and the Thames Water site will be the responsibility of the landowner - if there is one. OCC_M_B

    Posted anonymously at 08:27, Thu 27 October 2016

  • Please cut back hedge trees from the path/road.

    State changed to: Open

    Posted anonymously at 09:08, Tue 18 July 2017

  • This report is not the responsibility of Oxfordshire County Council.

    State changed to: not the council's responsibility

    Posted by Oxfordshire County Council at 12:34, Mon 4 September 2017

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