Our arboriculture team has a vast amount of experience in assisting our clients with all aspects of the design and construction process highlighted within BS5837.
This advice can be as simple as undertaking a tree survey of a potential development site, through to providing pre-planning constraints and design advice within a tree report, or producing arboricultural impact assessments and tree protection plans.
Once planning permission has been granted, our team can prepare detailed arboricultural method statements, something Local Planning Authorities may request as a planning condition. This post-planning advice can also include site monitoring and watching brief work for particularly sensitive areas of development, including any agreed work within a tree’s root protection area (RPA).
There is often a requirement to work closely with our colleagues in Ecology, EIA and Planning, Landscape and Archaeology. We are also supported by cartographers, CAD technicians, and our Environmental Modelling and GIS team.
Our arboriculturists local authority planning experience combined with their extensive practical backgrounds enable them to provide pragmatic advice tailored to our clients’ needs. We have excellent geographical coverage across the UK.
Contact Ian Braddock if you would like advice on: