Monday, 20 November 2017

Trees order

ELEVEN trees in the grounds of a house in Henley have been protected by a preservation order.

ELEVEN trees in the grounds of a house in Henley have been protected by a preservation order.

The property in Harpsden Way is home to fir, larch, pine, oak, ash, maple, horse chestnut and western red cedar trees.

South Oxfordshire District Council made the order, saying it felt the trees had “significant amenity value”.





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