MMU’s destruction on Bonsall Street

Six trees in total were felled on Birley Fields along Bonsall Street opposite the Post Office.  This area was Phase 2 of the planning application and only had provisional planning application and was not supposed to commence until the completion of Phase 1.  So why have these trees been felled?  What is Manchester City Council going to do about it?

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