Is it evergreen? It looks like one of the evergreen oaks to me. The most commonly grown evergreen oak in the UK is Quercus ilex ( Holm Oak).
Shame its been cut down, a photo of the tree standing could have helped!
I agree with Jon - this is Quercus ilex - the Holm Oak. The juvenile leaves are always much more spiny than the adult foliage so when you get re-growth from a cut stump the leaves are like this.
Jon Ryan is spot on with his identification. This is an evergreen oak (we prefer the alternative name of holm oak, although holm just means evergreen). Its latin name Quercus ilex is also a clue, as Ilex is the name for holly and, as you can see, the leaves are very like those of holly.
Holm oak leaves can be spiny or not and the spines are usually thin and rather weak compared to those of holly. However, in suckers they are much more robust. Your tree has produced numerous suckers as a result of being cut down.
If you check the nearby tree you may be able to find acorns on it which will immediately confirmed the identification.
Thankyou for your replys, I have looked at another tree which is in the park and is I think a holm oak. I took some new leaves from this tree to compare with the cut down tree. The cut down tree leaves just seem a lot broader then the other tree, is that the case with regrowth as well?
I have enclosed two more photos.
Top line photos are cut down tree, bottom ones are holm oak tree.