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.. buds, opposite - slight misdirect in photo 5, where they appear to be single on short stalks, but it's clear that most of the buds are in pairs. The ones shown her mostly have a single terminal bud: I'd expect to see some in pairs as well. Buds are red, with wide leaf scar, check.
Sycamore buds are, as Pete rightly says, bright yellow/green: Field Maple buds are also red but are round, with hairy bud scales, plus the bark of trunk and twig (plus the general size of the tree) all go against it being Field Maple.
There is always the possibility of it being a more ornamental/unusual Acer, but platanoides would seem to be the best bet.
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Thanks Rachy. I'm going to hang fire on making a final id until the leaves emerge - you're right, it could possibly be some form of hybrid or more unusual Acer, and hopefully the leaves will reveal all.
Lat/Lng: 57.16, -2.2
OS grid ref: NJ880076