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Surveys & Reports

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Trees may need to be surveyed or inspected for a number of reasons, the most frequent are-

  • Routine management of trees in parks, gardens or streets
  • Retention of trees on development sites
  • Assurance and Insurance matters
  • Evidence for legal cases
  • Preparation of Tree Preservation Orders

Mark Foster is a Lantra qualified Professional Tree Inspector and can conduct surveys and prepare reports.

All Surveying and Reporting will refer to-

British Standard 5837(2012) Trees in Relation to design, demolition and development)

British Standard 3998(2010) Recommendations for Tree Work

Common Sense Risk Management Of Trees (NTSG)

Arboriculture Association Guidance Note 7

Principles of Tree Hazard Assessment and Management (D.Lonsdale)

Diagnosis and Prognosis of Decay in Urban Trees (‪Francis W. M. R. Schwarze)

VTA Updated Field Guide (C.Mattheck)

Reports can be made for homeowners, property agents, public gardens, local authorities and private companies.

A Site Specific Wildlife Survey is conducted alongside the Tree Inspection as part of conforming to the Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981 that sets out guidelines referring to Protected Birds, Protected Animals as well as other valuable flora and fauna.

Detailed Level 2 and 3 Tree Inspection with Decay Detection Devices can be used if the tree requires further investigation.


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