New enquiries: 0800 030 9114

Existing customers: 01438 717175

New enquiries: 0800 030 9114

Existing customers: 01438 717175

Tree Surveys

Dedicated to protecting and nurturing your trees.

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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Commercial Tree Surveys

Trees, like all business assets, need careful management to maximise the benefits they convey and reduce the risk they pose.

Here at John O’Conner, we know how important trees can be for your space, and especially as trees can cause injury if not checked and maintained. If you have a set of trees on or around your commercial property or space, our team can carry out surveys to ensure they are safe.

  • To book your tree survey, give our team a call today on 0800 030 9114.

Commercial Tree Condition & Safety Surveys

If our team does find any issues with your trees, we can recommend the best course of action.

Using our network or independent arboricultural consultants, we can arrange for a full and comprehensive survey of your existing tree stock and provide geo-referenced tree location plans, alongside a detailed tree management plan and recommendations.

Utilising the most up to date decay detection and assessment technology clients can make informed decisions on the appropriate management of established and significant specimen trees.

For large sites or multiple site owners, an appropriate and proportionate approach to tree risk management can be prepared to maximise the return from your budget.

For more information, give us a call, or send us a message with our contact form.

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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