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Tree Lined Park

Arboricultural Survey

Arboriculture and ecology are inextricably linked through habitat and species associations such as bats, breeding birds, dormouse, great crested newts and badgers. Where development projects take place near trees there are important arboricultural elements to consider both above and below ground. Baseline information is required in order to follow best practice guidance as provided in British Standard 5837:2012, to protect trees in relation to the construction process.

Ecosurv are able to offer the following arboricultural services;

Tree Constraints Plan (TCP)

This depicts actual canopy spreads and Root Protection Areas (RPAs). Trees are categorised and colour coded in accordance with their condition and contribution to the amenity of the site. This is a consideration for architects when designing a site layout.

Arboricultural Impact Assessment (AIA)

In accordance with BS 5837:2005 the AIA assesses the potential impacts of a proposal layout on retained trees. Any conflicts are highlighted and recommendations given on how to reduce these impacts.

Arboricultural Method Statement (AMS)

The AMS details how any conflicts with trees presented in the AIA will be resolved or minimised. It also provides working methodologies for construction with the RPAs.

Tree Protection Plans (TPP)

The TPP specifies appropriate protection measures to protect retained trees throughout and post development.

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Ecosurv Ltd

21 High Green

Great Ayton


01642 724800

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Monday                 9:00am - 5:00pm

Tuesday                 9:00am - 5:00pm

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Thursday               9:00am - 5:00pm

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