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New enquiries: 0800 030 9114

Existing customers: 01438 717175

Public Highways & Woodland

Preserving and maintaining natural spaces for the public

We are one of the UK's most successful grounds maintenance companies. Get in touch with us today to see how we could help you!

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Public Highways & Woodland

John O’Conner works closely with local councils to maintain a safe and attractive environment for the public. Our in-house arboriculture division is well equipped to perform regular and reactive tree surgery services on trees that pose a threat to public safety.

When properly maintained, trees along public highways and in woodland areas enhance the beauty and sustainability of the local area, but it’s when these trees start to interfere with public safety that professional maintenance is required.

We provide public highway maintenance and woodland maintenance for hazardous trees, including those with overhanging branches – blocking road signs or impeding the view of drivers, for instance – or those that pose an immediate risk to property or people.

John O’Conner is passionate about maintaining a safe, sustainable and attractive environment for all to enjoy. Our tree works can be as extensive or minimal as required, from pruning and trimming to felling and full tree removal or general tree surgery operations.

If you require the services of professional tree maintenance contractors, contact our friendly team today.

The Hawkhills, Yorkshire

The Hawkhills is sited in that part of the Vale of York which became known as the Forest of Galtres, a Royal Forest from the days of the earliest Norman kings of England.

The site has recorded history dating back to 1630, where the Temple Newsham papers record the plan for clearing the Forest of Galtres, when the King decided on felling the forest.

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