Does your Tree or Hedge have Statutory Protection?

A tree has statutory protection if the tree has  a TPO (Tree Preservation Order) or is part of a  Group TPO, Woodland TPO or Area TPO. A tree also has protection If the tree is in a conservation area or if   there is a specific covenant on your property or there may be specific Planning conditions relating to your property

In addition there are further restrictions on tree works imposed by with the Wildlife and countryside act 1992 The protection of Badgers Act 1992 , The Countryside and Rights of Way Act 2000 in relation to those trees where

 We will be happy to advise and act as your agent with regard to obtaining the relevant permissions



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Ask a Tree Surgeon

 Every professional or


 Competent tree surgeon will know about the relevant British standards. In particular BS3998 this standard is such an integral part of all tree works and every competent tree surgeon knows it back to front and inside out. Anyone purporting to be a Tree surgeon who does not have an encyclopedic knowledge of the principles if not the text of B.S 3998 should be sent on there way. If you are kind you will give them some oats for their horse

What is a Tree Surgeon?

 We in common with most professionals in the Tree care industry like to be called Arborists rather than tree surgeons. Most Arborists have years of experience, qualifications and care for trees where as most tree surgeons have tarmacing and collecting scrap metal as side lines



Tree Service Ltd

Our tree company is staffed by fully qualified Arborists with has years of experience in all aspects of tree surgery planting and subsequent maintenance of trees.

 From planting a single tree to creating a sustainable bio diverse woodland establishing dead wood habitats for invertebrates. We offer the complete package from initial planning through planting to the all important maintenance

 

We will carry out an initial inspection of your tree and provide you with an assessment of the works required a specification of the works and an estimate for the cost of carrying out the works. 

We will then submit applications and obtain the necessary permissions from the relevant authorities, carry out risk assessment and produce a method statement and Emergency plan.

 

Only once all the paper work is in order can we start work. This is important for you as the client as if the correct paperwork is not in place the client can become liable for third party claims, action form the health and safety executive and stringent penalties from planning authorities usually in excess of £2000.00.

 

All our Tree work is to specification which is compliant with the relevant British Standard. In arboriculture this is predominantly but not exclusively bs3998 and BS 5837. These are referred to in the relevant pages of the web site and on the specification page

 

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We Offer:

Tree Consultancy

Tree Risk Assessment

Advise on Planning and Planting

Woodland Management.

Tree Work Specifications

Tree Management Plans

Tree Surgery

Tree Pruning

Tree Felling

Tree Surveys

Crown Cleaning

Crown Lifting

Crown Reduction

Crown Thinning

Tree Branch Removal

Vista pruning

Pollarding

Formative Pruning

Structural Pruning

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Espalier Pruning

Fan Training

Mop Top

Tree Felling

Tree Removal

Decay Monitoring

Dead Tree Removal

Stump Grinding

Specialists in tree works in confined spaces.

Root Pruning

Tree Stabilization.

Tree Work Specifications

Planting and Species Selection

We Donít Offer

Lopping

Topping (except for hedging, Fruit tree and specialist pruning)

In common with all reputable arborists we do not lop or top as these technique do not work. They increase the production of poorly attached endomorphic growths making the crown very dense and increasing the overall size of the crown. These practices always harm the tree and either kill the tree or make it so unsafe that felling is required.

There are exceptions for example conifers to be used for hedging.

However we are always happy to advise on alternative tree pruning methods

 


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