Mobile: 07747 664 560
Landline: 0114 235 3889
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Tree surveys and reports
Tree risk assessments
Tree health advice
Consultant in the impact of trees on buildings and people - Sheffield based, operating nationwide.
The co-existence of trees and people is not always straightforward. Expert tree advice, surveys or reports by an arboricultural consultant can assist in managing the needs of both trees and people. This ensures that the retention of trees does not unnecessarily conflict with the needs of people and sustainable development.
Principal consultant Jon Coe has twelve years of experience in the arboricultural industry. This experience is combined with a BSc in Arboriculture (1st class) and a firm commitment to continuous professional development. Jon has professional grade membership of the Arboricultural Association and the Consulting Arborist Society, and is working towards chartered arboriculturist status as an Associate member of the Institute of Chartered Foresters. He is well placed to provide a wide range of clear and impartial advice to clients in the private, commercial and public sectors.
- Trees in relation to proposed development(surveys, impact assessments and method statements conforming to BS5837:2012).
- Tree risk assessment surveys and reports.
- Tree health advice: implications of pests and diseases.
- Trees subject to preservation orders (TPOs).
- Planting schemes.
- Management plans for woodlands and other tree populations.
- Veteran tree management.
- Tree reports for mortgage applications.
While most of our consultancy work is in Derbyshire and South Yorkshire, distance is not a barrier, and we also travel further afield.
Our consultancy business has been built on the principle of excellent customer service; a principle we adhere to, no matter what size the client or project. You can rest assured that we'll deliver what's required, on time, and hassle free.
Please call or email for a free initial conversation about your project:
07747 664560 / [email protected]
Surveying for tree safety and health. Development site surveys to BS5837:2012.