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Trees are an important part of Bexley’s identity as a green London Borough and Bexley’s ‘Urban Forest’ is key in improving the urban environment for people as well as wildlife by providing urban. The council tries to help people with disabilities and will allow the removal of a street tree/s to provide a dropped kerb. To ensure the Council acts fairly and consistently, applications for. We are responsible for over 14, street trees and hundreds of thousands of trees in Bexley's parks, woodland, cemeteries and allotments.
Welcome to the London Borough of Bexley website where you can pay, report, apply and find information about many council servicesMissing: tree removal. Residents in Bexley can now use the @Home mobile app to quickly and easily access information about recycling in the borough. Arrange collections for schools or business Find out about rubbish collections for your school or businessMissing: tree removal.
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Trash and recycling is picked up on Mondays. For residents with alleys behind their property trash and bulk items need to be placed in the alley - recycle and yard waste are placed in the tree lawn.
For residents without on alley trash, recycle, yard waste, and bulk items should all be placed in the tree lawn. The Bexley The London Borough of Bexley “What Tradesman Scheme” will help take the headache out of finding someone by using the Trader Register to find a local trader, leave and see feedback.
I'm a TRADER. Join the Trader Register shrubhauling.barg: tree removal. Development Applicants – separate approval to remove a tree may not be necessary – contact our Customer Service Centre to clarify before completing this form. You do NOT need Council approval to remove or prune a tree if the tree is: No higher than 3m and has a girth of no more than mm at a height of 1m above the ground.