22nd February 2024, Thursday

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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What the Expansion of District Level Licensing Means for Developers

Natural England is rapidly expanding the areas where District Level Licencing (DLL) can be used if Great Crested Newts (GCN) …

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Planning in the UK

A Brief Rundown on Primary Legislation. The TEP Planning team has seen a very busy start to 2021, with jobs …

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What can Roofing and Timbers Tell Us About Historic Buildings?

Every aspect of a historic building tells a story from the materials used to how it was constructed. It can …

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Leighton Plans Approved

Two plans totalling 1,250 homes in the Leighton area of the town have been approved by Cheshire East Council and …

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The Good, The Bad & The Ugly

Fuelled by lots of caffeine, I sit here jogging my memory with my daily logs and lockdown photo album. Time …

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Ecology Selection Day 2021

Every year TEP is proud to help people take their first steps or to continue with their career as an …

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5k Every Day

So, this is an introduction to what will be short (I promise!) monthly blogs charting the background and then final 3 months of my 12-month charity challenge.

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Acorn to Oak – The GIS Story

Since its inception in 1997, TEP has always sought to use technology and spatial information to understand the world in …

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