As part of the project JCA were instructed by an architect to produce a tree management plan in order for their client to manage their tree stock on a recently purchased property, with the added intentions of the developing the property itself, which also required a development report.
Once a site visit had been completed, a tree management plan was created which enhanced the natural woodland and individual trees within the site, whilst removing the non-indigenous species. Thus, opening up the site for the clients to enjoy, allowing natural woodland regeneration, maintaining older tree specimens and continuing to provide valuable habitats for wildlife.
The development survey was based around the tree management plan whilst protecting the larger specimens near to the proposed property, such as an approx. 150 year old Oak tree. This allowed the client’s new development to benefit from the surrounding trees and woodland, whilst adding further amenity value.
All the reports were completed within the tight deadlines and the clients were very happy with the quality of work and the recommendations provided.
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