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        Wyndham Park Residents Association Limited

 

 

Trees and Verges

 

Trees:

 

Original planting, by the Cory family, dates back to c.1910. All are now reaching the end of their expected lifespan. Those on the south-west side of Main Avenue are Crown property, held by the Treasury Solicitor following the demise of the developer some years ago. Wyndham Park Residents Association Limited (WPRAL) assume management of these trees some years ago, arranging for felling when dangerous and planting replacements. Around 19 remain – position is unclear regarding those at top and bottom of Main Avenue. The Crown takes no responsibility for them and the Vale of Glamorgan Council will only demolish them under their public safety responsibility – the removal of logs, stump grinding and replanting are done by WPRA.

 

Please tell us:

 

If you see any problems with any of the trees of the estate please can you notify a Committee member.

 

 

 

Roads and Verges:

 

None of the roads in Wyndham Park are adopted by the Vale of Glamorgan Council or owned by WPRAL.

Dyffryn Crescent and Main Avenue are owned by the Treasury Solicitor (together with the verges on the south-west side of Main Avenue) for the reasons stated above.Pwll-y-Myn, Cory Crescent and Little Avenue are owned by the Treharne Estate.