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BS 5837:2012 SURVEY AND ASSESSMENT
Pre-developement Arboricultural Surveys
Carry out the required surveys and creation of reports inline with BS 5837:2012, while being tailored to meet the needs of your local Planning Department and Tree Officer:
Tree Survey & Categorisation inline with BS 5837:2012.
Tree Constraints Plan, including Root Protection Areas (RPA's).
Arboricultural Impact Assessments (AIA) on proposed design.
Arboricultural Method Statements (AMS).
Tree Protection Plan (TPP).
Construction site monitoring.
MORTGAGE & TREE RELATED SUBSIDENCE REPORTS
Arboricultural Survey & Report for Mortgage Applications
Conduct property visit and plot the exact location of the trees and record details such as the species, age, size and condition.
Provide a detailed written report with information relating to the health, condition and safety of the trees, as well as the risk of direct or indirect damage to the property or nearby structures.
Recommendations for tree management will also be included within the report.
TREE CONDITION SURVEYS
Surveys, Inspections & Reports
Undertake ground based visual inspection of trees and individually record findings and recommendations for each tree inline with
BS 3998 Recommendations for tree work.
Alternatively carry visual inspection of all the trees within the agreed area and record only trees requiring remedial work to be carried out in order to reduce the risk of failure to an acceptable level.
Establish if your trees are protected by TPO's (Tree Preservation Orders) or within Conservation Areas and submit applications to undertake tree safety works.
Guidance and publications on managing trees safety can be found on the National Tree Safety Group website.
MANAGEMENT PLANS AND COUNTRYSIDE STEWARDSHIP
Applications to the Government's Countryside Stewardship scheme, which includes funding for woodland creation, woodland management plans, woodland tree health and woodland improvement.
Felling licence applications to Forestry Commission.
Preparation and revision of woodland management plans in line the UK Forestry Standard (UKFS).