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Grounds maintenance

Shrubs and hedges

During the summer months shrub beds are visited on a number of occasions to cultivate, remove weeds and debris and to carry out selective pruning as required to keep vegetation in check and for best horticultural practice.

  • During the winter months all shrub beds are visited once to clear the beds of weeds and debris.  At the same time the shrubs are pruned to remove dead, diseased or excessive growth

Pruning and maintenance of hedges

  • We will undertake pruning of hedges on council owned land following the bird nesting season, i.e. from the end of July onwards, unless it is for safety reasons

High hedges

  • Issues relating to high hedges within private property, are dealt with by our Planning Department

Paths obstructed by hedges

  • If you feel that a path or part of the highway is obstructed by a hedge growing from a private property, please report this to Warwickshire County Council

Last updated Monday, 4th January 2016

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