Thomson’s in-house arboriculture team provides specialist consultancy for tree survey and tree management services across the UK. Our arboriculture team are highly qualified and skilled in providing a full range of arboricultural consultancy services, including tree surveys, woodland management and arboriculture impact assessments, with experience in both private and public sector roles.

Delivering a bespoke service to meet our clients’ arboricultural needs, we deliver robust results in line with industry standards and best practice guidelines. Working alongside our in house ecologists on a day-to-day basis, means we have fantastic knowledge and experience in managing a range of ecological constraints related to trees. This allows us to identify these at an early stage, helping to prevent unwanted delays to your projects further down the line.

Arboriculture related services available

Our team of arboricultural experts offer a number of tree related services, including

  • BS5837:2012 Arboricultural surveys
  • Tree Constraints Plans
  • Arboricultural Impact Assessments (AIA)
  • Arboricultural Method Statements (AMS) and Tree Protection Plans
  • Tree Hazard Surveys
  • Local Planning Authority liaison
  • Tree felling and dismantling
  • Mechanical tree felling using tree shears and whole tree mulchers
  • Tree and vegetation mulching
  • Whole tree chipping
  • Woodland management
  • Crown lifting
  • Pruning
  • Hedgerow clearance
  • Tree and hedgerow translocations
  • Stump grinding
To discuss your requirements or the various arboriculture services that we offer, please contact us today!


Further reading and related articles

Case Study

Tree constraints in development

  • Arboriculture
  • Highways

Thomson’s ecology handbook

This online version of the Thomson’s ecology handbook provides a general overview of current wildlife legislation* and is aimed at helping project managers understand and plan for ecology from the start.

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