Tree Services



Coronavirus: latest update on tree services

Coronavirus has impacted on our tree services and there are changes to our services at the moment:

We are now only responding to emergency tree issues, for example situations in which trees have fallen due to storm damage. To report an issue please call our Contact Centre on 0161 393 7117 or email servicecentre@fcho.co.uk.

Trees

We are committed to providing and maintaining great places for our customers to live, and this includes looking after trees in our neighbourhoods.

We are very fortunate to have a healthy and rich tree stock which provides lots of environmental benefits, promotes health and wellbeing to our customers and enhances the appearance of our communities.

Find out about our tree care and management schedule for trees.

How do we manage trees?

We only carry out essential works to trees where they are dead, diseased or in immediate danger of causing structural damage to our properties. If this is the case, please call our Contact Centre on 0161 393 7117.

Where don’t we manage trees?

We don’t manage trees that are causing problems with any of the following:

  • Lack of sunlight
  • Falling leaves
  • Dripping sap or bird droppings
  • Phone wires
  • TV reception
  • Size or appearance

Anything else will be classed as a routine issue.

Routine tree issues

Any routine tree issues will be picked up by our three year inspection programme.

The tree inspection schedule on this page shows you when we will be inspecting trees in your area.

Tree inspection schedule

November 2020: Clarksfield & Glodwick

January 2021: Failsworth East

February 2021: Coldhurst

April 2021: Shaw

May 2021: Saddleworth and Lees

June 2021: Bardsley/Hathershaw

July 2021: Burnley Street/Henshaw Street

August 2021: Alt/Roundthorn

September 2021: Busk

October 2021: High Crompton

November 2021: Higginshaw/Heyside

January 2022: Littlemoor

February 2022: Hollinwood

April 2022: Chadderton Central

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Snow, leaves and ice

It is currently our policy to not remove excessive leaf fall in areas or to grit areas after period of snow or ice. Residents should take the appropriate steps in areas where these occur.

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Essential works to trees

If the tree is dead, diseased or in immediate danger of causing structural damage to one of our properties please call our Contact Centre on 0161 393 7117.