ARC works with clients’ architects and engineers to find a pragmatic balance between the conservation of existing trees, new planting, and the development requirements. We provide Arboricultural Impact Assessments and Method Statements (BS 5837) for planning and development projects.
Tree Surveys and Inspections are carried out for a variety of reasons. They record important information about a tree or woodland and its condition, as well as making recommendations for future management to protect property or people.
Woodlands, trees, and hedgerows shape the land, provide protection for crops, and provide wildlife habitats. They are afforded statutory protection through Tree Preservation Orders, Conservation Areas, the Hedgerow Regulations and Felling Licences. Find out more…
Trees and woodland provide a diverse habitat for a host of mammals and invertebrates, some of which are protected through legislation. At ARC we provide an overview of the potential for protected species and work in collaboration with professionals in their field to enable relocation for development or to improve the diversity of habitat.