Essentially while a council may in theory be able to enforce works, there is no legal duty for them to do so and most councils will not offer this service as they have such limited resources as it is and if they offer it to you, they will need to offer it to others with private disputes and it opens up a whole new can of worms.
in addition, if they were to take enforcement action, this will be a complete separate department to the housing team and the status of your tenancy doesn’t come into it.
the duty to ensure the tree is correctly maintained is on the tree owner and should the tree fall then and damages will be the responsibility of the tree owner if they are found negligent
I've read all of the it @dx100uk, I'm trying to be constructive as always, not derail the thread.
While the defence to a money claim may be on different grounds to the appeal, the appeal is still relevant to the claim. The judge is likely to question what attempts at resolution have taken place before the claim and the appeal was one attempt. There has been some evidence produced of parking but that may not be all of it. My point was that @rocky_sharma should be prepared to answer questions about the grounds for the appeal.
Have a look at glassdoor. Suggests it is door to door sales. That the Roar website does not mention this, nor what you will be selling, doesn't fill me with hope.
But if the trees are dangerous, that is an issue for you to take up with the owner of the trees.
the council in their role as your landlord do not have any more power than a private landlord or private home owner would have to enforce another private owner to do something.
thiis is a civil matter neighbor dispute, not a tenancy issue with the council.
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