Tree Report Oxfordshire: Planning and Development

A tree report for planning and development is a document that provides information about the trees located on a site that is being considered for development. The report typically includes a tree survey, which may involve measuring and recording information such as the species, size, and condition of each tree. The report may also provide recommendations for how the trees should be managed or protected during the development process.

Tree reports for planning and development are often required by local planning authorities as part of the planning process. The purpose of the report is to help ensure that the trees on a site are properly considered in the development process and that any impacts on the trees are minimised or mitigated as much as possible.

Our Tree Report, Oxfordshire Services

Collington Winter Environmental offer tree work consultancy services to all locations in the United Kingdom. We provide a wide range of tree report Oxfordshire services, including:

  • Tree condition surveys
  • Aerial tree inspections
  • British Standard 5837 2012 trees in relation to construction, demolition and design recommendations
  • Individual tree protection plans
  • Arboricultural impact assessments
  • Site monitoring and health and safety supervision
  • Tree constraint plan drawings
  • Tree risk management recommendations
  • Arboricultural method statements

Tree services are typically required by developers involved with the planning and development of a site. Those who have trees located on their property also have a duty of care to ensure that the trees do not pose as a danger to others and should undertake tree safety surveys to ensure that all of the trees are at an acceptable level.

If you are looking to apply for permission during the planning process and you believe that surrounding trees could impact this, please get in touch to find out more about our tree surveyor 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. We work alongside our clients to find solutions and develop relationships.

We believe that instructing our tree surveyors to carry out a tree survey is the best way to obtain planning permission through a planning application with a local authority.

To find out how a tree consultant from our team could assist on your development project, contact us using the details below.

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