Tree Survey Hull: Planning and Development
Tree Survey, Hull
Tree surveys and tree reports will often be required for planning applications if a potential development site will be close to trees and woodland. These types of surveys are needed as local authorities in designated areas are required to review and assess the potential impact that a development could have on the surrounding trees.
Retained trees are protected under the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990 and the Town and Country Planning Act 1990. This protection is typically in the form of conservation areas, Tree Preservation Orders (TPOs), and root protection areas.
If your planned development will be close to trees, you are likely to need a number of tree services from a tree consultant in order to meet requirements for obtaining planning permission.
Our tree survey, Hull services
Collington Winter Environmental offer tree work consultancy services to all locations in the United Kingdom, including Hull. We provide a wide range of high quality services, including:
- Tree condition surveys
- Aerial tree inspections
- British Standard BS5837 tree surveys
- Arboricultural method statements/ tree protection plans
- Arboricultural impact assessments
- Site monitoring and supervision
- Tree constraint plan drawings
If you are looking to apply for planning permission and you believe that surrounding trees could impact this, please get in touch to find out more about our tree survey, Hull services.
How can Collington Winter assist?
Collington Winter believe in a pragmatic approach to development. We meet the needs of developers whilst also ensuring positive outcomes for surrounding wildlife and natural environment.
We believe that an early consultation alongside one of our experienced tree consultants is the best way to improve the chances of a development project with a local planning authority. We have provided tree care services across Hull and the team are well served to work nationwide.