A group of trees at the south end of Anglesea St will be removed next week to coincide with, and complement work on road and water assets in this area.
This is a two-day project scheduled for Tuesday 28 August and Wednesday 29 August.
The trees to be removed are seven ash trees and one apple, on the eastern side of the road near Hamilton District Court.
The ash trees, in particular, have caused cracking and breaking of the kerb and channel and footpath, and created trip hazards for pedestrians.
Rhododendrons on this section of the street will remain as they bring colour to this part of the central city and are beginning to blossom as winter comes to an end.
Pedestrians and road users are urged to be cautious and courteous while the project is underway, with the site near one of Hamilton’s busiest intersections and streets – Anglesea St, Anzac Pde and Cobham Dr, and their intersecting roundabout.