Meet the team

The who's who of Tree Surveys 

Simon Holmes

Simon Holmes

Principal Consultant


Simon has around 30 years experience in arboriculture; he has acted as a consultant to various forestry and arboriculture working groups, holds a Class 2 bat licence and provides expert witness testimony on personal injury claims.

Andrew Small

Andrew Small

Arboricultural Consultant


Andrew has over 30 years experience working with trees, and comes from an arboricultural and forestry background. He has extensive knowledge of all aspects of surveying including GPS/GIS mapping.

Les Round

Les Round

Planning Consultant


Les is our consultant expert for planning issues arising from trees within new development applications, with many years experience working with Local Authorities and private practices.

Ben Williams

Ben Williams

Arboricultural Surveyor


Ben is the newest member of the team and has six years experience in arboricultural contracting, and holds the AA Tech. Cert. He is often out assisting with tree surveys and writing up reports.

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