Tree surveys can be requested for a number of reasons. You may be about to submit a planning or development application or you may be concerned about the condition of trees on your property and any risk that they may pose. Working with our skilled surveyor we can help you (and any planning authorities) understand the tree stock on your property, their value, impact and how to look to maintain them effectively.
Working for both commercial and domestic tree surveys, we can produce a range of surveys including
- Tree Survey and Report for Planning Purposes
- Arboricultural Impact Assessment (AIA)
- Arboricultural Method Statement
- Tree condition survey and report – for safety
- Pre-purchase tree survey – when buying a property or land
- Tree Preservation Orders (TPOs)
- Focused tree survey
- Full inventory Tree Survey
- QTRA – Quantified Tree Risk Assessment
- Decay detection survey
- Climbed tree survey
Visual Tree Inspections will allow the surveyor to identify tree type, size and condition while using a GPS mapping tool to plot their location. Once plotted and assessed, recommendations will be made as to the classification and management requirements of the trees. The results of the inspections will be presented in the form of a report detailing each individual tree, it’s health and any further recommendations such as PICUS or resistograph testing for internal decay, arboricultural work or simply to let it be. This information can then formatted into different reports dependent on the client’s need.
To find out more about the survey that you require, please contact the office to speak to our team.