What happens if a Housing Association does not get its trees surveyed?
The webinar will be hosted live.
We have 40 years of experience of successfully supporting landowners and managers.
Working for a Housing Association means that your typical day is often a busy one, filled with changing priorities often leading to a stressful environment, where you could, quite frankly, do without trees on top of everything else!
Being solely tasked to sort out your organization’s trees, you probably don’t have the time or resources to research and understand the terminology and different approaches to tree inspections. This can hold you back from gaining the knowledge and expertise that you need to have in place, to start proactively managing your trees.
That is why we have put exactly the information that you need to know, in a short webinar and broken it down in simple language that you can understand quickly!
By attending our webinar on Getting Started with Tree Management we will provide you with the foundation knowledge and tools needed to effectively manage trees over your estates, reducing the risk of accidents and damage and improving the quality of life for residents.
Treework Environmental Practice provides professional tree management services, including tree surveys and management plans, to help housing associations and other organizations manage their trees effectively. Here are some ways in which Treework Environmental Practice currently supports housing associations:
Treework Environmental Practice conducts comprehensive tree surveys to identify potential safety hazards, assess the health of trees, and make recommendations for appropriate management.
Based on the results of the tree survey, Treework Environmental Practice can develop a tree management plan that outlines the actions needed to maintain and manage the trees over a housing association’s entire portfolio, including open spaces.
Treework Environmental Practice can assist a housing association with tree planting by offering expert advice on suitable tree species for the area, considering factors such as soil conditions, climate, and long-term maintenance requirements.
Treework Environmental Practice can also provide advice and management strategies for controlling pests and diseases that can affect trees.
Treework Environmental Practice can provide training and education to housing association staff and residents on how to identify and report potential tree hazards and the importance of tree management.