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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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  • Tree Survey for Edinburgh City Council

    Elliott Consultancy Ltd is assisting with a tree survey for the Children and Families Department at Edinburgh City Council. The survey is to inform the department of numbers and locations of trees, and an appraisal of physiological and structural condition will be given for each. …

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  • Tree Preservation Order (TPO) Regulation Alterations April 2012

    On the 6th April 2012 a new set of Tree Preservation Order TPO regulations came in to force for England. The existing legislation that governs the making and administering of TPO’s has been consolidated into a new set of regulations, but the powers for local …

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  • Hartlepool Borough Council Parks & Cemetery Tree Survey

    Elliott Consultancy Ltd are currently undertaking a condition survey of all trees within parks and cemeteries for Hartlepool Borough Council. The position of each tree is being plotted on electronic maps using GIS (Geographic Information System) and details recorded such as species and size, as …

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  • Sedgefield Borough Homes (now Livin) Tree Survey

    Elliott Consultancy Ltd has been chosen by housing association Sedgefield Borough Homes (now Livin) to undertake a survey of enclosed gardens, recording the location and condition of trees. The survey of some 6000 properties is expected to begin in mid-March and continue into May. The purpose …

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  • Transport for London Tree Survey

    Elliott Consultancy ltd has been assisting with a tree survey for Transport for London. The survey is of trees located alongside the red route road network within London’s central boroughs. The primary aim is to create an inventory of the trees, recording details such as …

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  • BS5837 and Trees within Planning & Development Seminar at Sunderland City Council

    Elliott Consultancy Ltd were invited to provide their seminar about trees within the planning and development process by Sunderland City Council. The seminar was well-attended by officers from Sunderland City Council and surrounding Local Authorities and produced a useful question and answers session after the …

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  • Quantified Tree Risk Assessment Offered by Elliott Consultancy

    Elliott Consultancy Ltd can now undertake tree assessments using the Quantified Tree Risk Assessment (QTRA) methodology following training of its consultants in the systems principles and application. The system provides a structured approach to identifying trees within populations that require inspection and, for those that …

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  • BS 5837 and Trees within Planning & Development Seminar – Malton

    Elliott Consultancy Ltd was invited by Ryedale District Council to present their seminar about British Standard 5837 and trees within planning and development. The seminar, the third provided for members of the planning professions, was well attended and received. The discussion session that followed the …

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