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Treework Environmental Practice has been providing arboricultural surveys and consultancy services to WODC since 2006 and were originally selected after a competitive tender based on their submission, their ability to work with the computer software we already had in place and the speed they were able to complete the work.

Alison Leask, West Oxfordshire District Council
arboricultural consultancy

Arboricultural Consultancy

Treework Environmental Practice is a leading arboricultural consultancy and a member of the National Tree Safety Group. Treework prides itself on its innovation and has invested in improving the awareness and understanding of tree management for biodiversity, health and risk.

We have conducted high quality arboricultural consultancy for over ten years. Throughout our ten years we have developed a culture of client support that focuses on understanding and responding to the clients’ requirements. Treework has built a highly skilled team of experts located throughout the UK.

Treework Environmental Practice works to pioneer new approaches to safeguard trees and their habitats for future generations. This is achieved through work done by the Treework Team and Neville Fay, former Chairman of the Ancient Tree Forum and Principal Consultant for Treework Environmental Practice, for clients and associates as well as through the Treework seminar series. The Treework seminar series, Innovation in Arboriculture, aims to raise levels of awareness and knowledge in arboriculture by bringing ideas that are not yet commonly applied in the UK.

Arboricultural Consultancy Services

Treework Environmental Practice has been providing arboricultural surveys and consultancy services to WODC since 2006 and were originally selected after a competitive tender based on their submission, their ability to work with the computer software we already had in place and the speed they were able to complete the work.

Alison Leask, West Oxfordshire District Council
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