Talking Elm Consultancy

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Arboricultural Impact Assessments(AIA)

Talking Elm Tree Services provide tree survey and report services in accordance with BS5837: 2012 – Trees in Relation to Design, Demolition and Construction: Recommendations. Under the guidance, if a tree is on or adjacent to a development site, a tree survey and report is required to attain planning consent.

Our consultants work closely with clients to guide them through every stage in the planning process that relates to arboriculture issues. Prior to an initial tree survey, we liaise with developers and architects to ensure that the proposed development will attain planning permission, and when necessary we will provide expert advice on any special construction procedures and mitigation measures. After the submission of the report we will ensure that our experts are always on hand to guide the client through the planning permission process.

For more information regarding Arboricultural Impact Assessments,Trees surveys and planning and Tree reports please contact us for a free quotation.

 

Talking Elm Tree Services is based in Norwich, Norfolk. Our work areas include Norfolk Suffolk, Cambridgeshire and Essex; however, we are available to carry out work across the UK.

Site mapping/ Tree location plans

Site mapping using computer aided design to scale including the dimensions and root protection areas of all trees on site. We also produce an accompanying Tree Survey Schedule, with detailed records of the aforementioned data and the structural and physiological vitality of the trees, along with recommendations for safety and potential amenity issues.

Arboricultural Impact Assessment

A detailed report on the impact of the proposed works on the trees on site. To assess which trees (if any) will need to be removed and which trees will be retained, and how this will affect the amenity value of the site.

Method statement

A recommendation for any tree works and any implementation of protection required, to  ensure that trees survive the construction process and have good vitality prior to the completion of works.

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