Harrow Council has compiled a database of all the trees in the borough. It identifies tree types, their condition, and who is responsible for their maintenance.
We have a cyclical programme of tree pruning, split into phases. The aim is to avoid trees becoming overgrown, blocking light or causing a nuisance. We prioritise urgent cases such as trees causing structural damage or concern.
Cut back any trees touching buildings or if implicated in causing structural damage. You may be asked to complete a Public Liability Claim form.
For further information email the Estate Services Team at firstname.lastname@example.org or contact email@example.com directly.
Emergency / hazardous
These are trees which present a health and safety hazard such as a fallen tree, or one that is leaning or uprooted. Email our Infrastructure Team at firstname.lastname@example.org
Estate / communal areas
If you believe a tree is overgrown, blocking light, touching telegraph wires on an estate, please email the Estate Services Team at email@example.com
Trees in individual gardens are to be reported to your Housing Officer or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Concerning any referrals, please include any photographs, exact details of the location of the tree(s), the problem it is causing and any other useful information.