Woodland & Forestry

Coppicing
This is a traditional management practice that means the removal of certain broad leaved species by cutting them at the base and allowing them to re-grow to be harvested again in years to come for such uses charcoal production, firewood, and green wood working.

Improvement of Woodland Biodiversity
Removing non native and invasive species from the wood, such as rhododendrons and laurel. Also creating wildlife rides and deadwood habitats for invertebrates and a variety of woodland fauna and flora.

Thinning
Removing smaller or unwanted species from the woodland canopy to allow more space and light into the wood. This woodland practice means that more ground flora has a chance to establish and so increases the bio-diversity in the woodland. It will also allow the trees that are left to properly mature and slowly allows for more of a crown on each individual tree.

Veteran Tree Management
Older trees often need a different approach to that of a younger tree and careful consideration should be given to the care and management of all veteran and ancient trees We can help guide you in the best possible direction to ensure your tree stays safe and healthy.

Traffic Management
As Arboricultural Approved contractors, we ensure that our work is carried out safely and efficiently. If required, we can arrange and provide traffic management control.

Coppicing

 

Traffic Management

 

Traffic Management

 

Woodland Management