Trees and bushes to be cut back where drug users gather


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Trees and bushes are to be cut back where drug users gather in Crawley.

The borough council has approved a bid to remove fallent trees behind flats in Sunnymead, West Green.

A council officer, as part of the planning application, wrote: “Removal of all fallen trees around fence line.

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“Cut laurel down to chest height as it’s overgrown and drug users are congregating throughout.”

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