Frequently Asked Questions

If we haven’t answered your question here, don’t hesitate to get in touch.

Frequently Asked Questions

If we haven’t answered your question here, don’t hesitate to get in touch

It’s a written order by a local Planning Authority which, in general makes it an offence to “cut down, lop, uproot or willfully damage” a tree protected by the TPO without the Local Authority’s permission.

It’s really easy, you contact the local Planning Authority – or we can do this on your behalf.

You can make a Tree Work Application – or we can do this for you, at no extra cost – they will need quite a lot of detail about the works to be carried out, and a supporting case as to why.

Yes . We will do a full wildlife survey, according to guidelines from the Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981 and Countryside Rights of Way Act 2000.

Yes.  We want you to know exactly what needs to be done, and will give you a fixed price for the job.

Yes. We work professionally and safely. We use boards to protect your lawn and lighting. We also use rigging and lowering equipment to ensure cut timber is controlled, and brought down safely.

Yes.  We don’t consider the job complete until it’s clean and tidy and you’re happy.

Yes. We will discuss options with you. Often, by removing dead wood, reducing the crown, or thinning, it will allow much more light through – and it’s good for the tree.

Yes. We will discuss options with you. Reducing or lifting the crown can be very effective in achieving this.

Yes. We’re used to dealing with TPOs and applications, so let us take care of it.

Yes. We take your safety, as well as ours, very seriously. We are continually updating our skills and knowledge.

“2 lads very courteous, clean and tidy. Job completed on time and to a high standard. Council representative very happy.”

- Connect Property Services, St Asaph for Denbighshire CC