Advice needed with my Leylandii hedging

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  1. Will Hay

    Will Hay Apprentice Gardener

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    Apologies for the delay in responding - yes it is the most pressing of the two.

    Hope to have a quote from one contractor soon.

    I did look at Gabions but put off because they MAY not work and also two different sources said they can be a home for rats and finally if not filled properly they can look awful
     
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    • Will Hay

      Will Hay Apprentice Gardener

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      Have been told they travel in a downward diagonal about fifteen feet so about 8 - 10 in neighbours land but downward.

      The less invasive solution and maybe cheaper BUT need neighbours permission.
      The contractor says it will work and sent an engineer down to assess just waiting on pricing
       
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        If they give written permission then be careful on the wording. You don't want them withdrawing it after a couple of years!
         
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