This large Robinia has been reduced twice by our tree surgeons now. As it is on a conservation area, it was necessary to apply to the council for permission. Once the permission was received, we were able to reduce the tree in accordance to the clients instructions and the permitted council approval. The client was concerned that the tree was once again growing too close to the property and was restricting light into the front of the house. We were also asked to install anti-pigeon spikes on the branches to help minimise the mess that was deposited on his parking space below.
About Crown Reduction
When our London tree surgeons perform a tree crown reduction they ensures that all the branches are cut back to a suitable length and back to a suitable growth point. The entire crown is thereby reduced in size and volume but maintains a pleasing shape in line with the natural profile for the species.