Professional Tree Work in Norfolk

This week we have been doing some professional tree work in Norfolk…
The work was be carried out for Breckland District Council and the tree was being dismantled as it had decay in the main trunk. The tree was approximately 175-225 years old which is a reasonable age for a Beech tree.
The work had to be approved by the tree officer as it had a TPO on (Tree Preservation Order).
On this particular tree had various cavities and possible nest and roosting sites, we carried out a wildlife assessment for Bats and nesting birds. We sent this report and any pictures of are findings into Breckland Council.

Once we got the approval we could then organise the traffic management and book in start dates for the work to commence. The council have to be informed with the dates and the type of traffic management needed so they can make sure no other work is planed on the same road at the same time they will also suggest start and finish time on busier roads to avoid peak traffic times.

 

Norfolk Trees was established in 2002 by Ashley Barnes and we operate throughout Norfolk and East Anglia.

Our tree surgeons are all fully qualified for the work which they undertake and have many years experience in all aspects of tree care, which include dismantling, felling, crown lifting and reductions, dead wood removal, formative pruning, tree surveys to BS5837, tree hazard reports, pest and disease diagnosis, bat inspections, stump grinding or treating and tree planting.

Our fully trained staff allow clients to be confident and assured of the quality of our work and a £10,000,000 public liability insurance offers peace of mind.

All work is carried out to BS3998 2010. In addition to domestic work we undertake commercial work for Local Authorities, Parish Councils and contract to the Borough Council of Kings Lynn and West Norfolk, Breckland Council and Serco, South Norfolk Council, Broadland Council, NCC Highways, KierMG and Anglian Water along with numerous other clients. We are also approved by the Arboricultural Association and Norfolk County Council and are CHAS Accredited Contractors Health & Safety Assessment Scheme