Norfolk Wildlife Services now offers an arborist service for trees alongside its existing wildlife services. During development planning, arboriculture often requires consideration with ecology. Indeed with bats and trees the two often interact.
Furthermore in many of our urban and brownfield spaces, trees and woodland are frequently important features – sites on which we already offer ecology advice to clients. Specified properly in site management, trees and woodland can offer enhancement for the amenity, ecology and landscape of a site, as well as benefits for leisure and recreation.
With arboriculture being a natural synergy with our other wildlife services, we wanted to offer our customers a joined up service for all their trees requirements. What we offer is :
- Tree surveys for development ( to BS5837 )
- Woodland management and planting advice
- Arboricultural Impact Assessment
- Planting plans for small sites
- Applications for tree works
- Liaison with planners, tree officers and statutory authorities
We are not tree surgeons, but can recommend or source you a reliable contractor should you request. Our ability to source the right contractor for your circumstances means you will have the contractor that fits your needs.
Not sure what type of tree survey you need – read our easy introduction to tree surveys