About The Tree Management Company
Here at the Tree Management Company our aim is to provide you with accurate and reliable advice to help you manage your trees, undertaking felling and surgery whenever appropriate.
Good tree care involves careful maintenance, be it through skilled pruning that can extend the life of the tree, enhance its appearance and ensure it remains healthy, or by identifying and treating diseased or decaying trees. We will combine practical tree management skills with our in depth arboricultural knowledge of the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of diseases, you can be assured of the highest levels of service.
At The Tree Management Company we make every effort to minimise our impact on the planet throughout the course of our duties. Whenever possible we also use biodegradable oils for our machinery so you can be safe in the knowledge that we do our bit to help you do yours. We recycle all of our wood chips and logs at The Tree Management Company. Our logs are great for heating while wood chip is excellent for preventing weeds and retaining moisture in and around flower beds and borders.
The training and certificates held by staff at
The Tree Management Company include:
- Modern well maintained equipment
- £5,000,000 Public Liability Insurance
- £10,000,000 Employees Liability insurance
- £500,000 Professional indemnity insurance
- Risk assessment & method statements provided
- Free quotations
All work carried out at The Tree Management Company complies with the current legislation that governs arboricultural operations including:
- Town & Country Planning Regulations (Trees)
- Health and Safety at Work Act 1974
- Lifting Operations and Lifting Equipment Regulations (L.O.L.E.R.) and Provision and
Use of Work Equipment Regulations (P.U.W.E.R.)
- BS 3998:2010 and 5837:1991
- COSHH (Control of Substances Hazardous to Health)
The most significant pieces of legislation affecting tree work are the Town & Country Planning Act 1990, under which Tree Preservation Orders (T.P.O.s) are made, and the Town & Country Planning (Trees) Regulations which imposes statutory controls on tree works in Conservation Areas.
These Acts stipulate that before work is carried out to protected trees either consent is granted by the Planning Authority or a Notice of Intention is served on the Authority.
Planning Authorities will require all tree works to be carried out according to best practice, the British Standard ‘Recommendations for Tree Work’ B.S. 3998:2010.
The Tree Management Company can issue all necessary
notices to gain consent.
The Wildlife & Countryside Act 1981 affords protection to nesting birds. All tree works are carried out with regard to this legislation. Bat Awareness courses have been taken by the team at The Tree Management Company.
The Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 and many subsequent linked Acts and Regulations impose strict controls on tree works and the people carrying out those works. All works carried out by The Tree Management Company conform to all current legislation and regulations including training, first aid, inspection of equipment and P.P.E (Personal Protective Equipment).
The Tree Management Company are committed to continuous training in all legal matters and developments ensuring that all work is carried out legally and to best practice.
All current equipment is fastidiously maintained and meets any required regulations stipulated within L.O.L.E.R. and P.U.W.E.R.
The Tree Management Company is fully committed to continuous personal development at all stages of employment throughout the company.
The Tree Management Company • Head Office: 96 Gorley Road, Ringwood, BH24 1TN
The Tree Management Company Services include: Tree Surgery, Tree Pruning, Tree Removal, Site Clearance, Tree Planting, Tree Roots, Tree Stump Removal
Hedges and Hedge Cutting, Logs and Woodchip Deliveries, 24hr Emergency Callout and we are Fully Insured.