Council land You can report overgrowing trees on council land to us.
We carry out general maintenance to trees located on the adopted highway and council open spaces. Trees within private property and unregistered land will not be maintained by us. We do not carry. You are allowed to prune back overhanging branches from a tree in a neighbour's property, if the tree is not covered by a TPO or in a conservation area.
We would advise you to check the status of a. We prune overgrown shrubs and trees as part of our weekly visits to the parks in Harrow during the period of November and February. This means that our teams will only prune shrubs and trees across Harrow between these months but if you notice areas becoming abnormally long or dangerous during this period you can report it online.
You are permitted to prune back overhanging branches from a tree in a neighbour's property, if the tree is not covered by a TPO or in a conservation area.
We would advise you to check the status of. To report a fallen, dangerous or damaged tree you will need to provide us with some details: Location: provide the road name and nearest house number if possible. If the tree is in a park or open space please describe the location as far as possible.
Condition: indicate whether it is a fallen tree, fallen branch, something at risk of falling.