What information does a mortgage report include?

We will:

  1. Carry out a preliminary assessment of tree condition, mechanical integrity and general suitability for retention, subject to suitable access being available
  2. Assess the potential influence of trees upon load bearing soils beneath the subject property based upon our observations on site, up to three soil core samples extracted by hand auger, and data from the British Geological Survey when available
  3. Assess the potential for trees to displace structures (buildings, garden structures, hard surfacing etc.) via direct contact
  4. Assess the potential for ingress of tree roots into drains
  5. Carry out a preliminary assessment of neighbouring trees (as viewed from the subject property) where considered appropriate by our surveyor
  6. Supply a report detailing the species, approximate dimensions, observations and locations of trees, and providing guidance on the future management of trees on the subject property.

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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 […]


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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 […]


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Top Tips: Looking after trees

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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 […]


Cheshire Woodlands use of Quantified Tree Risk Assessment has proved invaluable. It has helped us to retain trees that were condemned by another advisor. They have used measurable data to provide us with a valid tree risk assessment.

Caroline Wild, Taylor Wimpey

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Cheshire Woodlands Limited
9 Lowe Street
Cheshire England
SK11 7NJ
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Company registration: 8776536
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