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New enquiries: 0800 030 9114

Existing customers: 01438 717175

Tree Preservation Orders

All our work is fully compliant with regulations

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Tree Preservation Orders

All the tree services work we undertake is performed with full compliance to local authority regulations – this includes adherence to any Tree Preservation Order (TPO) that might be in place.

The specialist arborists at John O’Conner work closely with you to:

  • Apply on your behalf for a Tree Preservation Order
  • Apply on your behalf for permission to perform work on or remove protected trees

We can contact your local council for information on protected trees on your grounds, and can provide expert advice on the tree conservation work required for these trees.

Should we find that work is necessary on protected trees, we can provide your local governing body with evidence from tree surveys in order to gain permission to carry out said work. We only perform work on trees under TPO after gaining permission from the local council, ensuring you never face any potential penalties for performing unauthorised work.

If there are trees on your grounds that you believe are worthy of protection, we can also apply on your behalf for a TPO to be sanctioned for one, or multiple trees. We collate all information regarding the tree, with opinions from our trained arborists, and submit this to the council, keeping you fully informed of any developments.

For more information on TPOs, or to arrange for a tree survey on your grounds, simply contact John O’Conner today.

AVDC’s trees are typical of central English agricultural landscapes with willows and poplars being dominant along watercourses.

Hedgerow trees are predominantly ash, oak, field maple, elm, elder, hawthorn, blackthorn and sycamore; reflecting New Forest District Council’s species profile.

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