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 […]
Trees and shrubs are thirsty organisms and they have much more of an impact on our surroundings than we might realise. Once mature, a deciduous tree can transpire large volumes of water. Trees can maintain an open structure in the soil, making it more permeable and less susceptible to water run-off. Trees on flood plains […]
But we need to engage with stakeholders early to explain why The dispute between residents and Sheffield Council over the proposed felling of 5,000 street trees is rolling on. The tree felling is part of the council’s £2bn road improvement works, ‘Streets Ahead’, a five-year project being carried out by Amey. In the latest turn […]
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.