Category: Arboriculture

What is Chalara Ash Dieback?

Common ash, Fraxinus excelsior, is a large native tree making up 12% of British woodland. Over 9,000 trees classified as …

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The Living Dead

Trees and woodland are a cornerstone of the UK’s rural landscape, as well as playing an increasingly important role within …

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Tree Plotter Innovates Tree Risk Assessments

Throughout 2020 TEP’s Arboricultural Team reaped the benefits of their Tree Plotter software. Tree Plotter allowed the team to easily …

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The Eternal Wall & Wave Park

Two unlikely neighbours have just been given planning permission to move into Coleshill, North Warwickshire next year: the UK’s most …

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3D Impacts

TEP’s arboriculturists have again proved that utilising technology in the conservation of trees is the way forward. Our 3D tree …

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Arboriculture – The Root of Climate Action?

TEPs Arboriculturists are well-versed in the fantastic benefits of trees and the role they play in climate resilience. Trees are amazingly …

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TEP Puts TreePlotter Through Its Paces

TEP’s Arboriculturists are thoroughly impressed with the capabilities of their brand new TreePlotter system, after completing their biggest tree survey …

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TEP’s Arboriculturists Lead The Way

TEP’s Arboriculturists swap their pens and paper for tablet computers this January, as our partnership with American software developers PlanIT …

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How frequently should you inspect a high risk tree?

A recent Court of Appeal judgement found a defendant liable for a tree that fell and injured a passing bus …

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TEP’s tree advice helps secure go-ahead for Darlington homes

Galliford Try has recently been granted planning permission for their 30 unit residential development at Mowden Hall, Darlington. TEP’s arboricultural …

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Cambridge University tree surveys round off a busy year for TEP’s arboriculture team.

TEP has recently completed a major tree risk survey project for the University of Cambridge. We mapped trees across 30 …

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