Tree Report | Planning Report | BS5837:2012 | Tree Constraints Plan | Tree Method Statement | Arboricultural Method Statement | Mortgage Report | Home Buyer Report | Tree Safety | Tree Expert | Boundary Dispute | Invading Roots | Tree Failure | Tree Condition | Tree Health | Landscape Plan | Tree Protection Plan | Tree Protection | Tree Preservation Order | Tree Conservation Area | Expert Witness | Court Report | Feasibility | Tree Survey | Valuing Trees | Planning Enforcement
We provide help and support with planning permission applications, BS5837:2012 tree reports, tree expert witness services and Tree Preservation Order disputes. We also provide a large number of additional services for people encountering tree problems or in need of tree advice, including mortgage reports and insurance reports for trees and site development surveys for building sites with trees.
Example: “Mr. G is a conscientious citizen, and when he wished to build a simple car port in his garden, he sought the advise of the planners. His house is covered by a Tree Preservation Order, and soon architects fees were being required to provide the detailed plans the planners would need. Then there was the Method Statement to BS5837:2012. The meter was running as professional fees began to mount. Then he spoke to us. We provided a clear desk-top appraisal of the situation, guiding on what was needed so that he could make an informed decision”.
Councils and local authorities often require BS5837 tree reports to support planning applications for building and developing sites with trees. The British Standard ensures national acceptance of what must be included in the tree report. The British Standards for tree reports was updated in 2012 and all reports created by Cedarwood Tree Care conform to this new standard.
We assess the condition and contribution of trees within a site, advice on tree retention and removal and instructs on tree protection as part of the development and during construction works. Sites may have one tree or one thousand. A site survey is imperative, and getting advice on your trees early can avoid costly mistakes as the project develops.