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Trees and Grass


Problems with our trees

Trees in Parks and Open SpacesRoadside/Highways Trees

On land owned by the Borough we deal with:

  • The health of the tree
  • The safety of the tree
  • A fallen tree
  • Damage being caused by the tree

We don’t deal with a tree if it is about:

  • Light or shading
  • Blocked TV signals
  • Falling leaves or seeds
  • Overhanging branches

Other locations:

Trees that are on Golding Homes land are maintained by Golding Homes.

Trees that border the highway are maintained by Kent County Council’s Highways Department.

Trees that border onto a public right of way are maintained by Kent County Council’s Rights of Way team.

    If there is a problem with one of our trees, try to get as much information as you can about the tree before reporting it to us. This includes the exact location and any nearby landmarks.

    For queries about trees and grass cutting on Maidstone Borough Council property please contact parksandopenspaces@maidstone.gov.uk

    Private Trees

    Private trees that:

    Before carrying out any work to trees you'll need to check whether it has a Tree Preservation Order (TPO) on it or is located in a conservation area, by using our online

    Grass

    Grass that:

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