We are a dedicated arboricultural consultancy practice, specialising in matters related to tree resource management within the wider contexts of landscape, development, land use, wildlife conservation and architectural heritage.
Historic London planes in Lincoln's Inn Fields were assessed - they had been cable-braced in the 1970s and guidance as to future managment was sought by the owners - the London Borough of Camden. This well-loved open space was one of the inspirations for Frederick Law Olmstead in designing New York's Central Park.
Past and current clients include the Duchy of Lancaster, Westminster Abbey, the Property Services Agency (Ministry of Defence), the Highways Agency, the Environment Agency, the National Grid, the British Airports Authority, several of the Cambridge Colleges, Developers, Planning and Landscape Architecture Consultancies, London Boroughs, and County and District Councils. Projects have included planning inquiries, advisory work on individual trees, supervision of civil engineering works, advice to planners and architects, landscape rehabilitation, computerised tree surveys and management and the preparation of management plans, work schedules and specifications. We offer Expert Witness representation at the High Court, Magistrates and County Courts and Public Inquiries in matters related to trees, woodlands and landscape management.