Arboricultural and Forestry Services

Beechenlea Maintenance Limited have operated within the tree care sector since 2009. Our Arborists are trained to NPTC (City and Guilds) and LANTRA standards (National Training Organization for the Land Based Industries). Our team of tree care professionals work in accordance with industry best practice such as:

  • BS3998 (2010) British Standard for Tree Work
  • Arboricultural Association ICoP, Tree Work at Height (Second Edition)
  • AFAG, Arboriculture and Forestry Advisory Group
  • FISA, The Forest Industry Safety Accord

Our clients come from a disparate range of commercial sectors – such as local authorities, land developers, building and construction companies, as well as the rail industry and power utilities – all requiring surveying, monitoring and management of their tree stock.

From tree hazard surveys and detailed tree risk assessments, we also provide tree decay detection, and a full array of traditional tree surgery services.

With all our tree removal, tree surgery and maintenance services we have a strict approach to post-work clear-up procedures, offering a full wood chipping service to ensure we remove all the wood waste and clutter from your site.

24/7 Emergency response

Wherever possible we try to respond to damaged and dangerous trees for our clients. These could be trees which have been dead, dying and dangerous for a period, or recently damaged by events such as fire, vehicle collision, high winds, snowfall etc.

  • Tree Surveys and Assessments: Conducting surveys to assess the health, condition, and structural integrity of trees, including tree risk assessments and tree hazard evaluations.
  • Tree Maintenance and Pruning: Providing professional tree maintenance services, including crown thinning, crown reduction, crown lifting, and selective pruning to promote tree health, safety, and aesthetics.
  • Tree Planting and Transplanting: Assisting with the selection, sourcing, and planting of trees suitable for specific sites, considering factors such as soil conditions, climate, and intended purpose. Also providing tree transplanting services for relocating mature trees.
  • Tree Removal and Stump Grinding: Safely removing unwanted or hazardous trees from residential, commercial, or public spaces. Stump grinding services are also offered to remove tree stumps and promote site restoration.
  • Tree Preservation and Conservation: Advising on tree preservation orders (TPOs), conservation areas, and other legal protections for trees. Providing guidance on planning applications and development projects to ensure tree preservation and minimize impacts.
  • Woodland Management: Developing and implementing sustainable management plans for woodlands, including timber harvesting, reforestation, biodiversity conservation, and habitat restoration.
  • Tree and Forest Inventory: Conducting comprehensive tree and forest inventories, mapping tree species, sizes, and locations, and providing data for effective management and planning purposes.
  • Arboricultural Consultancy: Offering professional consultancy services for tree-related matters, such as expert reports, tree-related planning advice, and tree-related legal disputes.
  • Tree Health and Disease Management: Diagnosing and treating tree diseases, pests, and disorders through effective monitoring, prevention, and treatment plans.
  • Urban Forestry and Tree Planting Programs: Assisting local authorities, organizations, and communities in developing urban forestry strategies and implementing tree planting programs to improve the urban environment, mitigate climate change, and enhance biodiversity.
  • Tree Surveys for Construction and Development: Conducting tree surveys and producing Arboricultural Impact Assessments (AIA) or Arboricultural Method Statements (AMS) for construction and development projects, ensuring compliance with planning regulations and minimizing tree damage.
  • Ecological Tree Services: Providing tree-related services that support ecological conservation, such as installing bat boxes, bird boxes, and nest boxes in trees, and creating wildlife habitats within tree canopies.
  • Tree Risk Management: Assessing and managing tree risks in public spaces, parks, and along roadways, including tree inspections, risk assessments, and implementation of risk management strategies.
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