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As well as being one of the most important and impressive features of the English landscape trees are great pollution busters, purifying the air we breathe as well as absorbing carbon -dioxide gas which is a major cause of global warming.
We are committed to maintaining the health and longevity of all council trees through appropriate management. We do not cut down trees unless they are considered dead, diseased or dangerous. Tree work is carried out by our Arboriculture team and the Arboriculture Officer also provides advice on tree issues to the Planning department. To report a tree issue please ring 906471.
We do not maintain trees on Gateway Housing Association estates, please contact Gateway on 0800 953 0213.
Trees and shrubs in land that forms part of the adopted highway (e.g. footpath or grass verge next to a road) are maintained by Lancashire County Council who can be contacted on 0845 053 0011 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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