Case 196 – Trees and shrubs cut back at train station due to health and safety

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The enquirer had an issue with trees and shrubs that had been cut down at their local train station, destroying the habitat of nesting birds, flowers and shrubs for insects. When they had asked the rail company to explain the reasons for this, they said it was for health and safety reasons that the vegetation needed to be trimmed back.

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