With over 40 years’ experience, Cheshire Woodlands will deliver personally tailored solutions for all types and size of tree related project
Our national coverage for British Standard BS5837 compliant tree surveys provides a comprehensive report and CAD generated plan for submission with your planning application.
Where tree safety is concerned, we use the QTRA method to help you take a reasonable and proportionate approach to discharging your duty of care, freeing up resources to make the most of your tree assets.
Developed at Cheshire Woodlands and used in 18 countries, the QTRA method has become the international gold standard for balancing tree safety with tree benefits, helping tree owners balance the risks and benefits from trees giving you the peace of mind that you are acting reasonably.
Take a look at our full range of services for further information and call, email or use the form below to discuss your project and our team will provide you with a tailored quote to suit your individual requirements.
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.
Following a court case where a council was heavily fined following the death of a schoolgirl who had been hit by a falling tree, the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) issued an ebulletin entitled ’Safety of trees on school premises and playing fields’ in January 2023. Rather than setting out what it believes the legal […]
This mid 18th century landscape will be changed forever if Cheshire East Council’s proposal for dam wall improvements goes ahead. Built in the mid 1700s, the dam wall embankment between Poynton Pool and the A523 London Road has, to our knowledge, never overflowed or been breached, but on the basis of a recent inspection the […]
Trees on your land are your responsibility. Take a look around once in a while to check that the trees remain healthy and aren’t causing any obvious risks to neighbours or the public. If you have any doubts, call in a specialist. In spring and summer, water any newly-planted trees regularly, especially at times of […]