Types of Tree Surgery Reports in Lightwater

If there are trees or woodland on the Lightwater property which you own, tree surgery companies will benefit you in fulfilling a duty of care. In addition to managing grounds throughout Surrey and Hampshire with tree work that includes pruning, hedge cutting, felling and stump grinding, our tree surgeons can help clients to maintain health and safety with comprehensive tree surveys and reports.

 

Different Tree Surveys and Reports

 

We will arrange for a fully-qualified tree surgeon to visit your Lightwater property to examine the grounds and discuss any landscaping tree work or construction projects that affect the trees and woodland. From the tree surgery reports that we complete, Lightwater clients will be presented with valuable information about the tree, any hazards associated with its structure and recommend treatments for their care or removal.

 

1. Tree Constraints Report (TCR)

 

While hedge cutting and stump grinding can be completed without in-depth inspections, a tree survey is essential during the early stages of Lightwater landscaping projects that involves extensive tree work. Tree surgeons will collate information about the tree and its condition, complying with the BS 5837:2012 Trees in Relation to Design, Demolition and Construction – Recommendations. Our tree surgeons will determine the value of the trees compared to the tree work proposed. This will help us to discover a sustainable, long-term solution for trees and to co-exist with new builds and groundworks.

 

2. Arboricultural Impact Assessment (AIA)

 

Like the Tree Constraints Report, an Arboricultural Impact Assessment (AIA) is generated at the proposal stage of your Lightwater project. Not only does it include details about the tree work and approve any removals, it analyses the risks involved with tree retention. Tree surgeons will also be concerned with the any Tree Preservation Orders (TPO) and the value of trees in an urban environment.

 

3. Arboricultural Method Statement (AMS)

 

Once an AIA has been completed for planning approval, an Arboricultural Method Statement (AMS) will be included. This report outlines how tree surgery companies will preserve the health and safety of trees and woodland areas on your Lightwater property. Information about landscaping, construction or demolition projects will be outlined to show how TPO’s will be adhered to.

 

4. Arboricultural Mortgage and Insurance Reports

 

If your gardens are well maintained with tree surgery surveys, hedge cutting and stump grinding techniques, trees can enhance the amenity value and complement your Lightwater home or workplace. Otherwise, unstable, deteriorating or diseased trees can cause damage to your property. Arboricultural Mortgage and Insurance Reports are requested by property surveyors, mortgage lenders and insurers to assess the risks of falling limbs or decayed trunks.

 

5. Tree Preservation Order (TPO)

 

Trees can be legally protected by the local Surrey and Hampshire council with a Tree Preservation Order in place. This prevents the felling or removal of trees which have a high amenity value because they are growing on a heritage or conservation site. Otherwise they may be an endangered species. Any risks related to personal injury or property damage will be properly assessed.

 

At P.A. Searle, our tree surgery company will set up regular times to visit your Lightwater property to ensure the redevelopment and tree work is harmonious, in addition to hedge cutting or stump grinding duties. Tree surgeons will keep records of the surveys to prove the necessary action has been carried out to protect trees, including their root systems.

 

To make an appointment with our professional tree surgeons at your property in Lightwater and the Surrey area, call 01276 471 586 or 07966 195 059.

If there are trees or woodland on the Lightwater property which you own, tree surgery companies will benefit you in fulfilling a duty of care. In addition to managing grounds throughout Surrey and Hampshire with tree work that includes pruning, hedge cutting, felling and stump grinding, our tree surgeons can help clients to maintain health and safety with comprehensive tree surveys and reports.

 

Different Tree Surveys and Reports

 

We will arrange for a fully-qualified tree surgeon to visit your Lightwater property to examine the grounds and discuss any landscaping tree work or construction projects that affect the trees and woodland. From the tree surgery reports that we complete, Lightwater clients will be presented with valuable information about the tree, any hazards associated with its structure and recommend treatments for their care or removal.

 

1. Tree Constraints Report (TCR)

 

While hedge cutting and stump grinding can be completed without in-depth inspections, a tree survey is essential during the early stages of Lightwater landscaping projects that involves extensive tree work. Tree surgeons will collate information about the tree and its condition, complying with the BS 5837:2012 Trees in Relation to Design, Demolition and Construction – Recommendations. Our tree surgeons will determine the value of the trees compared to the tree work proposed. This will help us to discover a sustainable, long-term solution for trees and to co-exist with new builds and groundworks.

 

2. Arboricultural Impact Assessment (AIA)

 

Like the Tree Constraints Report, an Arboricultural Impact Assessment (AIA) is generated at the proposal stage of your Lightwater project. Not only does it include details about the tree work and approve any removals, it analyses the risks involved with tree retention. Tree surgeons will also be concerned with the any Tree Preservation Orders (TPO) and the value of trees in an urban environment.

 

3. Arboricultural Method Statement (AMS)

 

Once an AIA has been completed for planning approval, an Arboricultural Method Statement (AMS) will be included. This report outlines how tree surgery companies will preserve the health and safety of trees and woodland areas on your Lightwater property. Information about landscaping, construction or demolition projects will be outlined to show how TPO’s will be adhered to.

 

4. Arboricultural Mortgage and Insurance Reports

 

If your gardens are well maintained with tree surgery surveys, hedge cutting and stump grinding techniques, trees can enhance the amenity value and complement your Lightwater home or workplace. Otherwise, unstable, deteriorating or diseased trees can cause damage to your property. Arboricultural Mortgage and Insurance Reports are requested by property surveyors, mortgage lenders and insurers to assess the risks of falling limbs or decayed trunks.

 

5. Tree Preservation Order (TPO)

 

Trees can be legally protected by the local Surrey and Hampshire council with a Tree Preservation Order in place. This prevents the felling or removal of trees which have a high amenity value because they are growing on a heritage or conservation site. Otherwise they may be an endangered species. Any risks related to personal injury or property damage will be properly assessed.

 

At P.A. Searle, our tree surgery company will set up regular times to visit your Lightwater property to ensure the redevelopment and tree work is harmonious, in addition to hedge cutting or stump grinding duties. Tree surgeons will keep records of the surveys to prove the necessary action has been carried out to protect trees, including their root systems.

 

To make an appointment with our professional tree surgeons at your property in Lightwater and the Surrey area, call 01276 471 586 or

07966 195 059.

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