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We have successfully passed our interim Arboricultural Association Approved Contractor re-assessment

We have successfully passed our interim Arboricultural Association Approved Contractor re-assessment

20/05/2016

We are thrilled to say that we have retained our status as an ARB Approved Contractor

The ARB Approved Contractor (ArbAC) Scheme is the industry standard for quality
assured, compliant arboricultural contracting.

The ARB Approved Contractor scheme off...

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Researchers Measure Trees' Ability to Lower Urban Temperature

02/02/2016

Dutch researchers have attempted to quantify the role of trees in locally mitigating the nocturnal urban heat island (UHI) effect.

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Elizabeth Truss Backs Tree Planting As Part of "Catchment-Level" Response to Floods

05/01/2016

Tree-planting programmes "can both reduce flood risk and improve the environment", Defra secretary Elizabeth Truss told the House of Commons recently

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The Removal of a Highly Toxic Varnish Tree

15/12/2015

Extreme safety measures had to be implemented when working on the harmful Chinese Varnish tree

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London Trees Worth £6bn, Survey Finds

27/11/2015

London's eight million trees are worth £6.1 billion to the capital and contribute £130 million in wider benefits, a new survey has calculated.

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50% Off Woodchip Sales For A Limited Time Only

30/10/2015

50% off woodchip prices for delivery and collection

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PLEASE READ URGENTLY

08/09/2014

Problems with phone lines

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Congratulations to Dave for completing a once in a lifetime charity row

25/07/2014

Our very own Dave Johnson completes a charity row across the English Channel

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Heavitree Oak tree gets second chance after February storm

17/04/2014

Up-rooted English Oak tree left as safe stucture for second chance at life

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New Guidance on Veteran Tree Management

10/12/2013

Veteran trees are an essential component of our historic landscape

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Warning of rogue tree surgeon in Devon

06/12/2013

Please make sure you check the credentials of the tree work contractor you are going to use. The work is hazardous and needs to be done by a fully certified professional.

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Serious storm forecast to hit South Devon

25/10/2013

South Devon has been warned to prepare itself for the worst storm in more than two decades this weekend.

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An update on Ash dieback and the fight against it

25/09/2013

Scientists map UK Ash tree genome

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A big welcome to Tom Oxton

23/05/2013

We are proud to welcome Tom to our team after successfully completing an apprenticeship scheme.

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Next big three tree health pest-and-disease threats listed

21/05/2013

Food & Environment Research Agency (FERA) list next big three tree health pest-and-disease threats

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Ash dieback luring cowboy tree surgeons

20/05/2013

Ash dieback has drawn cowboy tree surgeons out of the woodwork to try and scaremonger homeowners into having their trees felled, Trading Standards' officers have warned.

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The importance of Biosecurity

05/04/2013

With Ash die-back (Chalara fraxinea) getting a lot of media coverage recently biosecurity has never been more important

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Epicormic Growth

04/02/2013

Epicormic growth surrounds us everywhere on trees. But what exactly is it and why is it there?

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Charity skydive

14/01/2013

Darren taking the leap of faith for The Muscular Dystrophy Campaign

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Happy New Year

02/01/2013

Hello 2013!

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Ash dieback disease

31/10/2012

Ash dieback disease has had a lot of media coverage recently, but what exactly is it, and what should we look out for?

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First outbreak of dangerous tree pest found in UK

24/04/2012

An outbreak of the Asian longhorn beetle (ALB), an exotic beetle pest which could have severe consequences for British trees, has been found in Kent, the Food &...

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The damage to trees during a drought

03/04/2012

We're all enjoying the fantastic warm weather currently but Drought Orders and water restrictions are being predicted particularly in the east and south east of...

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The changes in trees during Spring

08/03/2012

We all love the dawn of Spring after a cold Winter, but what does this mean to a tree?

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WELCOME!

07/02/2012

Welcome to our brand-new website!

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New Year High Winds

16/01/2012

High winds at beginning of 2012 cause numerous trees to fail across Devon

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ISO

09/01/2012

ISO 9001:2008 Quality Management Systems

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Equality and Diversity

14/11/2011

In-house training day: Essential skills in the 21st century.

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Successful Tender

28/10/2011

Exeter City Council has awarded us the Tree Works Contract for a second time.

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AA Visit

19/08/2011

Arboricultural Association CPD on BS3998:2010

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