Nicholas Jones Consultants
The Tree Survey Experts
Experienced Arboricultural Consultants Based in Sussex
Our company is based in East Sussex, where we offer an independent arboricultural consultancy service relating to surveying and managing your trees.
Having comprehensive experience in the industry has allowed us to maintain professional advice since 2000. Our consultancy retains a high standard of both academic and professional qualifications. Which puts us in a distinguished position to offer you our dependable expertise, with a quick and courteous service.
We provide a first-class service throughout:
Tree Consultancy - Our Services
Our tree management experts are here to help you recognise all the relevant factors to your designs. We aim to help you by outlining all the things you should be aware of when designing and reconstructing. Our team wants to help you avoid costly delays or disruptions throughout your development and construction process. By using our arboricultural survey and tree consultancy services, we can determine the impact of your trees on your landscape areas.
Some insurers or mortgage lenders will require an arboricultural survey to be carried out before granting a loan or insurance policy, particularly if a surveyor flags an issue with one or more of the trees at the property or there is a history of tree-related damage in the area. Tree surveys can highlight issues that might otherwise have gone unnoticed, which might subsequently affect a lender or insurer’s decision about how to proceed. We provide a comprehensive mortgage tree report to ensure that the lender or insurer is able to make a fully informed decision.
Tree Hazard Assessment
A key aspect of tree consultancy and management is assessing potential risks and hazards relating to trees. Tree hazard assessments and risk assessments are proactive methods of estimating the likelihood of a tree causing harm or injury as a result of decay or other significant issues. Using GPS equipment, an arboricultural consultant will plot the trees on your property and provide detailed tree survey schedules and tree management plans to help avoid serious damage or harm.
A woodland management plan gives land managers and woodland owners a structured way to organise the sustainable management of woods to a common industry standard. Whether you are seeking access to grants or applying for felling and thinning licences we can guide you through the process.