Tree surveys and constraints plans

Trees are fundamental to our wellbeing and quality of life, whether in an urban or rural context. They secure many environmental, economic and social benefits when planned and managed appropriately.

If you need a professional tree survey to support your planning application, get in touch and we’ll send a free quote within 24 hours.

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How tree surveys work...

Tree surveys don’t have to be a big hassle, as Wharton makes the entire process as quick and stress-free as possible. Once you’ve answered a few questions over the phone and sent us details of the site, we provide you with a competitive quote that’s tailored to your exact needs. We’re sure that you’ll love our price, which is then followed up by a visit to carry out the tree survey and preparation of your report.

Current best practice guidance for the relationship between trees and development is provided by BS5837: 2012 Trees in relation to design, demolition and construction. Working closely with other members of a development design team, we can undertake all of the stages required to successfully deliver a development scheme in relation to trees.

Wharton Tree Surveys

The four key phases of tree surveys for Planning ApplicationS

01

Pre-planning

Topographical, tree and ecology constraints surveys and inspections allow you to understand what will affect your planning application and be required by the local planning authority. It enables you to budget accurately and manage seasonal surveys effectively.

03

Post-planning

The Arboricultural Method Statement, Tree Protection Plan and Protected Species Licence go into further detail, describing how construction can go ahead without damaging the natural environment to discharge planning conditions. These documents cover all aspects of the project, such as a schedule of works and how the work will be carried out.

02

Planning application

We then provide the necessary technical reports whether these be arboricultural impact assessment or detailed ecological impact assessment to enable the Local Planning Authority to make a positive decision on your application. The reports explain the situation, and outline any obstacles and actions that need taking into account. We will work with you and your architect to ensure planning permission is achieved.

04

Site implementation

We will be with you every step of the way to ensure that your construction team is fully aware of the technical nature of your project. This ensures that you will not cause physical harm or damage to either site trees or ecology and that all construction processes agreed through Licence or planning conditions are adhered to. This ultimately ensures the plans on paper are delivered in reality on the ground.

Why
choose
wharton

We provide the natural advice you need to successfully balance commercial, environmental and human needs, naturally increasing the true value of your land of property.

Our highly qualified team can help you find the most successful natural-infrastructure solutions; minimise the risk to users of their land, form plans to improve ecology and advise construction companies how to work safely around their site.

Understanding the complete constraints and opportunities of any site, whether it be arboricultural, ecological or topographical to name but a few elements, is critical in order to design and plan a successful proposal.

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Wharton undertook an initial bat survey which identified suitable areas for roosting bats and evidence of bat activity (droppings).

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A topographical survey, or land survey, is a site assessment with accurate measurements and a record of any physical features. It includes the levels and contours across the survey area, and also the features within it.

Ecology surveys are required when a building or area that’s set to be transformed has species of wildlife that call it their home.

A topographical survey, or land survey, is a site assessment with accurate measurements and a record of any physical features. It includes the levels and contours across the survey area, and also the features within it.