Owning a Woodland can be an extremely rewarding experience, however it brings with it responsibilities, namely tree safety, in addition there are other factors to consider to successfully manage a woodland.


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Tree Safety
Woodland Surveys
Woodland Management Plans


Tree Safety: (Back to top)

As an owner or occupier of a woodland, British law places a duty on you to safeguard property and persons from coming to harm from your trees, as a result of your acts or omissions.
Where woodland runs close to roads and footpaths the risks increase. We provide the service to ensure that you meet your obligations and as a Quantified Tree Risk Assessment (QTRA) Licensed user English Tree are ideally placed to prioritise tree inspections.


Woodland Surveys: (Back to top)

Having just bought your woodland or are in prior ownership you may or may not have identified what exactly you have growing in your woodland. The starting point for any woodland management is the 'Woodland Survey'.
With over twenty five years in the industry English Tree Arboricultural Consultants have the experience to help you fulfil your personal objectives in the use and management of your woodland.


Woodland Management Plans: (Back to top)

Every woodland owner has their own particular aspirations for what they wish to get out of owning a wood. To successfully achieve your objectives you need some sort of management plan.
From the most simplistic to the complex, you still need to have a structured approach of what to do, and when in order to make the most of your resources.
Contact us in the first instance to discuss how we can help you realise your plans.

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