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Bramleyboy | 13:13 Thu 05th Apr 2018 | Law
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I have a home overlooking the bay in Pembrokeshire. We have mature trees surrounding our property which have never been touched and have never caused us any problems. Our problem is, our newish neighbours behind us want to cut a lot off about 7 of our trees because they obscure the view of the sea. I do not want to cut any of them! Is there any authority I can approach to get a second opinion. I do not want to get preservation orders on the trees as they are not in a town but in the countryside. I am sorry if this is in the wrong category, I could not see which would have been the right one.

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Bram. //I do not want to get preservation orders on the trees as they are not in a town but in the countryside.// It doesn't matter where they are, you can get an order(s) put on them, it's all here; https://www.rhs.org.uk/advice/profile?PID=213
16:41 Thu 05th Apr 2018
yes I know my trees and my plants, both those I have planted and the wild ones.
I'd just gently point out to your neighbours that the trees were there when they moved in, so the view hasn't actually changed. The people who bought the house next door to me removed the trees from their garden, and instantly lots of birds (mainly coal tits) disappeared, so I say keep the trees!

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