Development site survey

Conducted in accordance with BS5837 


Tree surveys for development sites are conducted in accordance with BS5837:2012 Trees In Relation To Design, Demolition And Construction.

A Tree Protection Plan and Arboricultural Method Statement can be supplied if required and may include:

  • Site surveying, clear professional plans detailing the tree position, crown spread and root protection areas.
  • Definition of the building area and tree protection measures.
  • Shade assessment.
  • Landscape assessment.
  • Useful life expectancy for retained trees.
  • Assessment of the potential interaction of retained trees on building foundations and other structures.
  • Arboricultural Impact Assessment of proposed construction affecting retained trees.
  • Specifications for tree works and tendering.
  • Model mitigation specifications and statements.
  • Contract supervision.
  • Submission of notice of intent or application for work to protected trees.
  • Landscape design and appraisal.
  • Specifications for landscape work and tendering.
  • Tree planting design.

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