Arboricultural Supervision and Site Monitoring

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Your local authority may condition that tree protective measures are periodically inspected, or that you have complex operations (such as pile installation) in proximity to trees supervised by an arboriculturist.

Full UK Coverage

Our experts carry out arboricultural surveys all over the UK.

Unbeatable Price

Our attention to detail, investment in technology and sheer scale allow us to keep prices low.

Money back guarantee

Your planning authority will accept our report, or you get your money back!

Unbeatable Speed

Instant quotes. Enquiries responded to in hours, not days. Surveys in days, not weeks.

We SAVE You Money

Our efficiency and expertise has saved our customers tens of millions of pounds in delays on site.

Proven Record

We have been providing arboricultural surveys for over 10 years.

How it Works

We know speed is important to you. That's why we are obsessed with delivering the fastest, most efficient service possible. Here's how it works:

Step 1

Fill in the form or call us

We will take your details and send you a quote explaining everything you need to know. We will also send a booking form along with the quote.

Step 2

Give us the go-ahead

Complete the booking form and email it back to us. We'll then arrange a date for your survey and get to work.

Step 3

Get Your Report

Once your Arboricultural Supervision and Site Monitoring is complete we will write your report. You can make payment via a bank transfer or by card over the phone.

Customer Feedback

Bat Emergence Survey (Phase 2)

Carried out very efficiently and the report, that we were waiting for for our planning application, was received in record time. Very pleased with everything so far.

5 stars
Phase I Ecological Survey and Bat Survey

I requested a Phase 1 habitat survey plus bat survey for my residential self build planning application. When I went online to find out more about the companies providing this service it was rather daunting. However after submitting my request to Arbtech I was confident...

5 stars
Bat Surveys

Friendly coherent service. Thank you.

5 stars

When can this survey be done?

Jan January - yes
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Mar March - yes
Apr April - yes
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Jun June - yes
Jul July - yes
Aug August - yes
Sep September - yes
Oct October - yes
Nov November - yes
Dec December - yes

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Arboriculturists are increasingly being asked by local planning authorities to periodically monitor the retention and protection of trees on development sites. If you find yourself in this position, it probably represents an unplanned cost.

However, tArboricultural Site Supervision Reporthere are some benefits for you to take advantage of; such as dramatically reduced interest in your site and the almost complete cessation of surprise visits from your Tree Officer. By having our arboriculturists ensure that your site contractors enforce the protocol in your arboricultural method statement and tree protection plan, and having reduced in person representation from your local planning authority, your development is much more likely to progress quickly and without interruption.

Clearly, the frequency of any arboricultural supervision is driven by the nature and intensity of your development. If you are piling down 20ft below ground within the root protection area of a tree owned by The Royal Parks, as we have achieved for more than one customer at Avenue Road, St John’s Wood, London NW8; then perhaps weekly visits during the piling operations will be necessary.

On the other hand, if you are laying a concrete foundation outside of the RPA of a tree of lesser quality and importance, for a small garage or extension, often a one-off toolbox talk with your building contractors will be perfectly acceptable to your local authority Tree Officer. To further reduce your costs, we will normally try to tie in your arboricultural site monitoring or supervision with another survey on the same day, enabling a sharing of costs between projects to the mutual benefit of you and the other party.