19th February 2020, Wednesday

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 Heritage Team signs off on a month of outreach

TEP’s Heritage Team has had a busy month of outreach in April.  Lucy Brown and Sarah Hannon-Bland from our Market …

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TEP Expands Environmental Planning Team

TEP (The Environment Partnership Limited) is pleased to announce some recent changes and additions to their Environmental Planning Team which …

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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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Bird Control Changes in England – Briefing Note

Since the 1990s Natural England have issued general licences to undertake certain lethal bird control activities to protect public health and …

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#BalanceforBetter

March 8th 2019 marks International Women’s Day.  This year’s theme is #Balancefor Better. In other words, the powerful benefits that …

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