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  • Ash Dieback Confirmed in Open Countryside

    Ash trees suffering from ‘Ash Dieback’, caused by an infection of the fungal pathogen Chalara fraxinea, have been¬†discovered within the open countryside in East Anglia. The disease has devastated ash tree populations in Europe with some 90% of the trees being lost in Demark. Symptoms …

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  • Tree Risk Management Policy for City of Lincoln Council

    Elliott Consultancy Ltd has been chosen by the City of Lincoln Council to provide risk assessment advice in relation to arboricultural issues within the city.¬† An assessment of the City’s current level of risk will be made to understand whether further action is required to …

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