Depending upon your requirements, we will provide a tree survey and report to suit your specific needs.
Tree Survey and Report for Planning Purposes
Are you intending to submit a planning application and trees are located nearby? You need one of our qualified arboricultural consultants to undertake a BS 5837 tree survey. This Standard specifies exactly what data is gathered during the tree survey for inclusion in the tree report.
Our tree surveyor will assist you to acquire planning consent by minimising the impact on trees. For further information on the BS 5837 Tree Survey and other reports for planning purposes, please select the Tree Surveys for Planning option from the menu.
Tree Condition Survey and Report for Safety Reasons
If you are concerned about the condition of trees that you are responsible for, then you require a tree survey for safety and management purposes. Our tree surveyor will closely examine each tree for defects and disease. Your tree report will recommend works to reduce risks to an acceptable level. For more information about this type of tree survey, please select the Tree Condition Survey from the menu.
Pre Purchase Tree Survey and Report for Buying a House
If you are intending to buy or sell a house, then you need a tree survey that assesses subsidence risk as well as tree failure. The tree survey will include all trees within potential influencing distance. The tree report will recommend how to reduce risk to an acceptable level. For more information about this type of tree survey, please select the Pre Purchase Tree Survey item from the menu.
Subsidence Management Tree Survey and Report
Where subsidence has already occurred, you need a tree survey and report to determine if / which trees are responsible for the subsidence. Your tree report will recommend how to reduce future risks. For more information about this type of tree survey and report, please choose the Subsidence Management option from above.
Tree Preservation Orders
Local Authorities have the power under the Coutryside and Rights of Way Act to create Tree Preservation Orders (TPOs). These may be on individual trees, groups of trees, or woodlands. The purpose of a TPO is to protect trees against removal or improper pruning that would result in a significant loss of amenity. For further information about how to obtain a Tree Preservation Order or how to oppose a TPO, please select Tree Preservation Orders from the menu above.
Litigation – Legal and Expert Witness
Where trees may have caused damage to persons or property, our Principal Arboricultural Consultant will undertake a tree survey and report to law court standards. For more information about this type of tree survey and report, please select the Legal & Expert Witness option from the menu.