On 18 January, six trees blew over in the park near where I live. Some of them blocked one of the main paths into the park.
Today, the City Council moved them. It has only taken them seven-and-a-half weeks to get around to doing it.
If this situation had been visible from a main road and could be seen by commuters, or if it had happened in a park near the University that was used by students, you can bet the trees would have been cleared within days. But this is the third-rate service you get if you live in a poorer part of town.
I estimate about fifteen mature trees have gone from the park in the past nine years, one way or another, and no new trees have been planted in that time.