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

Our PDF Downloads

We have a range of PDF documents available for download,…

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RT @ArbAssociation: This Bat Walk and Talk by Devon Bat Group - might be if interest to our Cornwall based arbs and members... https://t.co…
@Bhoylarsson @soul646 @AcerEcology Perhaps give me a call tomorrow work 01189 762904
@soul646 Roasted marshmallows
RT @_BCT_: #Bats' unique heart rate conserves energy and powers flight https://t.co/rant7lJ1qQ
RT @TheICF: 2017 ICF South East England Group meeting: Fungal-Tree Relationships – Insights from DNA Sequencing | Windsor, 25 Oct https://t…
RT @AMNH: With a maximum recorded wingspan of nearly 5 feet, the grey-headed flying fox is one of the largest bats in Australia. https://t.…
@Lord_Sugar Deep joy
@WokinghamBC And when will it reach Cutbush Lane Shinfield if ever?
RT @_BCT_: Looks like the bats were busy @noordinarypark last night as they build up their reserves for winter. #AutumnEquinox #lovebats ht…
@policecommander Fox trot off lol