Macclesfield

Arboriculture and Urban Forestry consultancy operating in Macclesfield

Our consultants are approachable, fully qualified and have experience in various disciplines within the industry. We provide a range of services to private, commercial and governmental clients, often having to meet tight deadlines.

Our services in Macclesfield include, but are not limited to: Trees & Development Surveys (BS5837)Tree Risk AssessmentsMortgage ReportsVeteran Tree ManagementTree Preservation Orders (TPOs)Woodland ManagementTree Roots and BuildingsTree Expert Witness,  specifying Tree Planting and Maintenance, Tree Pruning, and Tree Asset Management.

We also offer a low-cost Quick Visual Check, which consists of a brief ‘walk-around assessment’ of your trees to discuss their health and condition, management, development opportunities, statutory controls and so on. Get in touch to find out more.

We operate throughout the United Kingdom and occasionally overseas, where working with a network of partners enables us to provide a high value service at competitive prices.

Macclesfield is a market town and civil parish in the unitary authority of Cheshire East in Cheshire, England. It is located on the River Bollin in the east of the county, on the edge of the Cheshire Plain, with Macclesfield Forest to its east; it is 16 miles (26 km) south of Manchester and 38 miles (61 km) east of Chester.

Before the Norman Conquest, Macclesfield was held by Edwin, Earl of Mercia and was assessed at £8. The manor is recorded in the Domesday Book as “Maclesfeld”, meaning “Maccel’s open country”. The medieval town grew up on the hilltop around what is now St Michael’s Church. It was granted a charter by Edward I in 1261, before he became king. Macclesfield Grammar School was founded in 1502. The town had a silk-button industry from at least the middle of the 17th century and became a major silk-manufacturing centre from the mid-18th century. The Macclesfield Canal was constructed in 1826–31.

Modern industries include pharmaceuticals. Multiple mill buildings are still standing and several of the town’s museums explore the local silk industry. Other landmarks include Georgian buildings such as the Town Hall and former Sunday School; St Alban’s Church, designed by Augustus Pugin; and the Arighi Bianchi furniture shop.

The population of Macclesfield at the 2021 census was 57,539. A person from Macclesfield is referred to as a “Maxonian”.

Other areas we operate in:

Alderley EdgeConwayLiverpoolRuncornTameside
Ashton-under-LyneCreweMacclesfieldSalfordWarrington
BlackburnDarwenManchesterSheffieldWhitchurch
BoltonGlossopMiddlewichShrewsburyWidnes
BurnleyHolmes ChapelNorth WalesShrewsburyWilmslow
BuxtonLake DistrictOldhamStaffordWirral
ChesterLancasterPrestonStockportWrexham
CongletonLeekRochdaleStoke-on-Trent

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Address
Cheshire Woodlands Limited
9 Lowe Street
Macclesfield
Cheshire England
SK11 7NJ
Email
admin@cheshire-woodlands.co.uk
Telephone
+44 (0) 1625 669 668
Company registration: 8776536
VAT number: 781 236 134