Our qualified arborists regularly climb to survey for species evidence not always visible from the ground.
Why might I need a survey?
Whilst a ground-level Visual Tree Assessment (delivered as part of a Risk Assessment Survey) can generally provide a faithful representation of a tree’s overall condition, it may not allow the assessment of potentially hazardous and wildlife-friendly features found high-up in the canopy because of impaired visibility.
Health and Safety
Our arborists and ecologists adhere to the revised guidance on the use of two lines to access trees (AA Technical Guide: Tree Climbing and Aerial Rescue, TG1) and operate in compliance with the requirements of Work at Height Regulations.
How can Ecology Resources help?
We have a team of experienced consultants qualified to carry out aerial inspections, some also holding of a full Bat Licence (NE Class 2), who can assess specific features prior to any remedial works taking place and, where required, carry out wildlife intrusive surveys in full compliance with the applicable legislation.
To discuss your aerial tree survey requirements further, feel free to ring us during office hours, or email us at anytime.