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Things are getting tight for cherry laurel and yew

2022-09-30T05:06:37.047Z

Hedges made of cherry laurel, yew or privet may soon be taboo in Baierbrunn. The reason is the new enclosure statute.



Hedges made of cherry laurel, yew or privet may soon be taboo in Baierbrunn.

The reason is the new enclosure statute.

Baierbrunn – In the municipality of Baierbrunn, too, people like to enclose their properties with opaque hedges, which is why the thuja hedge still has a good stand in Baierbrunn, even though nobody thinks it is beautiful. That should change, there are now new enclosure statutes.

This was recently discussed in the council.

It is clear that thuja hedges will no longer be allowed in the future, but the committee also considered whether poisonous hedges should be banned in general.

Yew, cherry laurel, privet – then none of this would be possible.

Former mayor Christine Kammermeier (SPD) spoke out against it: "Then we won't have any more evergreen hedges in town." Robert Gerb from the Greens also said it was the responsibility of the parents that children didn't put the leaves of poisonous hedges in their mouths take.

"The question is anyway: what does toxic mean?" he said in the debate.

The majority of the council felt the same way.

Christine Zwiefelhofer, non-attached, also found: "People also have personal responsibility, we don't have to raise our fingers admonishingly on that point." And Tanja König (Greens) pointed out: "If we exclude so much, then they surround each other People stop with walls, then the green boundaries will be gone.” After all, no one wants that.

The next environmental committee will now have an expert explain the extent to which yew, cherry laurel and privet could be permitted.

Source: merkur

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