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High hedges complaint form

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Criteria for making a complaint

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Please note there is a fee of £500 upon completion of this form. No action will be taken until this payment has been received.









Unfortunately the criteria for acting on a high hedge have not been met and the Council will not be able to consider your complaint

Complainant's details








Representative's (or Agent's) details








Property affected by the hedge





Property where hedge is growing








Attempts to resolve the problem

Please describe what you have done to try to settle this matter. Give details and say what the result was. Please upload copies of any letters you have sent out or received at the end of this form






If you have not tried all the above steps, the Council might not proceed with your complaint



Ground for complaint

Please describe the problems that are actually experienced as a result of the hedge being too high and say how serious they are. (Please note that complaints about roots are not relevant). It will save time if you keep to the facts and provide relevant information to back up the points you are making:

Previous complaints




If nothing has altered the Council might not proceed with your complaint


Additional information





Submitting your complaint