Fast professional

Fast professional

Tree surveys


Tree Surveys is an arboricultural practice offering cost-effective solutions to tree problems in central and southern England. The practice has extensive experience working on a wide range of tree issues from decay and dysfunction, development and planning, to subsidence and litigation, spanning the last 25 years.


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Pests and disease

Pests and disease

Decay detection


We are able to detect decay and dysfunction in trees, and carry out pest and disease analysis using our extensive range of evaluative tools; including sonic tomography, electrical impedance tomography, resistographs, tree motion sensors and chlorophyll fluorimetry.


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Protected species

Protected species

Bat surveys


We can complete preliminary bat surveys for planning applications, as well as bat activity surveys which include pre-emergence and emergence surveying.


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For Developers

For Developers

Site Surveys


We provide a wide range of services regarding trees on new or re-development sites including Tree Protection Plans and Arboricultural Statements. Read more +

For Professionals

For Professionals

Decay Detection


Tree inspections collect a range of objective and subjective information about individual trees in a systematic approach, where defects are suspected. Read more +

28 October

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RT @LondonBatGroup: This amazing shot was taken during a #hibernation survey in #North #London by our very own Newsletter editor David Jack…
RT @My_ArbCroxteth: @ArbAssociation @MyerscoughColl @My_ArbCroxteth Myerscough College Croxteth is proud to be hosting this year's Northe…
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RT @_BCT_: Bat numbers in the UK have declined dramatically over the last century. You can help to monitor the UK's bats by taking part in…
RT @royal_forestry: The bacterium Xylella fastidiosa is wreaking havoc in olive groves in southern EuropeThe Royal Horticultural Society s…
RT @_BCT_: Bats are amazing but vulnerable animals, As a charity, we need your help to continue our work protecting bats and their habitats…
RT @_BCT_: Bats should never be kept as pets https://t.co/GKVt2TZHku
RT @_BCT_: How bats could unlock the future of self-driving cars https://t.co/CIcI6GvgfT
RT @royal_forestry: 7 of the oldest trees in Britain still standing from Fortingall Yew - one of the oldest living things in Europe - https…
RT @NaturalEngland: Grab your bobble hat and #getoutdoors - remembering the words of Ranulph Fiennes “There is no bad weather, only inappro…