Tree Surveys in Havering

Indigo Surveys is able to offer our clients some of the most skilled and experienced arboricultural consultants in Britain. For a number of years, we have continued to offer our clients in Havering with personalised and tested tree surveys. Our diligent and highly-qualified experts provide developers and homeowners with detailed tree reports and tree plans. Our experts have worked in the private sector for many years, ensuring reliable and personalised solutions. Hire our services before starting your next construction, site or demolition work.

Working with a highly-skilled and committed team of experts will assist you to maintain any possible tree risks at manageable levels. Seeking our arboricultural guidance will help you to enhance your planning application and eliminate any delays that can interfere with your construction or groundwork. All of our detailed tree surveys align with (British Standard: 5837:2012). We consider all arboricultural issues during your planning process. We will also consider the local council’s planning policies before starting our in-depth tree surveys.

This helps to eliminate delays and boosts the planning application process. Working with our team of experts also helps you to optimise your plans for any space you have reserved for development. Our personalised and competitive services also come with all of the necessary documentation, including:

  • Trees and Construction ‘feasibility meetings’
  • BS5837 Tree Survey
  • Root Protection Area Calculation (RPA)
  • Tree Constraints Plan (TCP)
  • Arboricultural Impact Assessment (AIA)
  • Arboricultural Method Statement (AMS)
  • Tree Protection Plan

 

Quality Client Surveys

 

Indigo Surveys is a trusted partner for anyone seeking bespoke and high-quality tree surveys in and around Havering. We have served a vast range of clients including merchants, architects, private developers, planning experts, real estate agents, solicitors, councils and engineers. Here at Indigo Surveys, we’re committed to continue providing personalised and cost-effective tree surveys in Havering and its neighbouring areas.

Our tree surveys also involve Health & Safety tree risk management. During our comprehensive tree analysis, our skilled and passionate team of professionals evaluate the physiological and structural state of each tree in your home. The ‘Occupiers Liability Act (1984)’ stipulates that every tree owner has a core responsibility to assure maximum safety to everyone visiting their premises. The clause also requires you as a tree owner to use tested approaches to keep all tree risks at controllable levels.

We commit to continue providing all our clients in Havering with affordable and tested alternatives. You can also consider our expert consultation services before your upcoming home purchase or sale. If you are seeking mortgage/insurance renewals, we are also ready to help. Our experts may recommend either reactive or preventive measures after examining the underlying tree or vegetation risks. Our experts also recommend tree felling services where necessary. Initial analysis may be followed by pruning or site management recommendations.

Our highly-qualified and dedicated team of professionals can also help you to prevent the direct and indirect damages associated with tree risks.  Here at Indigo Surveys, we have a team of qualified and certified arboricultural consultants to offer you highly considered preliminary assessment of possible vegetation or tree risks. Hire our personalised alternatives to protect all structures in your home from potential tree damage. Maintaining the tree risks at reasonable levels should be a top priority for homeowners.

 

Get in Touch with Us

 

Here at Indigo Surveys, we are ready to provide you with the quote that suits your tree survey and budgetary needs. Our diligent and skilled team of professionals is prepared to assist you to understand statutory controls and tree protections during your tree surveys. Contact us for free advice and customised expert consultation services.

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