With over 30 years’ experience, Cheshire Woodlands has the arboricultural expertise to deliver personally tailored solutions for all types and size of tree related project.
By helping our clients take a reasonable and proportionate approach to discharging their duty of care with regard to tree safety, our work can help tree owners or managers to free up time and resources to spend maximising the many benefits that their trees provide.
Our team of consultants provide national coverage with a comprehensive range of environmental advisory services available. Our British Standard BS5837 compliant tree surveys provide a comprehensive report for submission with any planning application.
Cheshire Woodlands is well-known as the creator of QTRA, the first tree safety training method. Throughout the world, QTRA has become the gold standard for balancing tree safety with tree benefits. Our ethos is to help tree owners take a balanced approach to assessing and managing risks from trees and have the peace of mind that they are acting reasonably.
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Fast and efficient with their work and provided an excellent service throughout the project.
Thanks to Cheshire Woodland’s QTRA method being applied, we are happy that we are now not only fulfilling our ‘duty of care’ but preserving the majority of our trees and their diverse landscape and conservation values.
Always satisfied with the service provided. In all cases work is carried out to a suitable timescale and to an excellent standard.
Cheshire Woodlands’ help and advice have been essential to ensure we preserve these trees for the future whilst maintaining a safe school environment.
More than happy with Cheshire Woodlands’ service. Rates are competitive, staff are friendly and accessible and work is professional and done to an excellent standard.
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