Tree Reports, Assessments & Consultancy
An arboricultural consultant in Manchester providing mortgage reports, BS5837 planning surveys, tree risk assessment reports, tree condition surveys, valuation reports & tree preservation orders
Offering 15 Years Experience To Provide You With A Trustworthy Arboricultural Report & Tree Survey In Manchester
Lally Tree Management is a arboricultural consultant company based in Manchester and covers England and Wales.
With over 15 years’ experience working with trees as an arborist, a reputation for high quality and great customer service, Lally Tree Management are highly regarded arboricultural consultants in Manchester who will deliver on time and all at a great price. From BS5837 compliant surveys used to submit planning applications through to risk assessment tree surveys in Manchester for your liability needs, Lally Tree management has got it covered. Click on one of our services below to find out more.
No Fuss, no mess. Just high-quality tree surveys from an established arboricultural consultant in Manchester who will always meet your deadlines
Very professional outfit, they came and did the survey and I had the report in a matter of days. Would definitely use again.”
Emma Reynolds – (Tree Mortgage Report)
“They came out to look at a tricky situation in regards to a tree and health and safety. They provided a survey that was well written and was exactly what we needed. They made the process quick and easy, would use again.”
John Folds – (Health & Safety Survey)
If you would like to chat to an arboricultural consultant, please contact us:
36 Goldsworthy Rd, Urmston, M41 8US
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The importance of an arboricultural consultant, arboricultural surveys and arboricultural reports
Living in a area where trees are plentiful is both a blessing and a curse for those considering further development on their homes. On one hand, they provide an unrivalled beauty and aesthetic to a residence. On the other hand, however, their root systems and overall health if not maintained correctly can put a landowner into a very difficult position both legally and financially. Lally Tree Management provide a range of arboricultural surveys and accompanying reports for a range of situations and reasons.
If you have a tree that is extending over public walkways, many landowners are unaware that if the tree were to be felled in weather, or even lose a branch and subsequently injure a passer-by, it would be the landowner who is reponsible. For this reason, many landowners with trees of questionable health decide to have an arboricultural survey that determines the condition of the tree. The provided arboricultural report provides them with proof that due-diligence has been carried out, relieving them of legal responsibility
Landowners will also find themselves needing to have an arboricultural survey carried out if they are planning to extend their home, or simply build a new structure on a newly purchased plot of land. These are known as BS5837 Tree Surveys. The arboricultural reports produced from these planning surveys are a legal requirement for any planning permission application and can only carried out by a qualified arborist, and are intended to highlight any possible issue the tree or its root system may present to new build.
Further types of arboricultural surveys include Mortgage Tree Reports, which is often requested by a mortgage lender in certain situations to determine whether or not the property in question is a sound investment. This is usually due to the suspicion from a chartered surveyor that a tree maybe interfering with a property that is potentially being purchased, and the resulting arboricultural report allows them to conirm whether or not this could affect the property’s value further down the line.
Lally Tree Management is also a specialist in providing arboricultural reports on the status of TPO trees as well as trees that grow within conversation areas.These arboricultural surveys are designed to provide evidence to local authorities who are able to accept or deny a landowners request to develop, or otherwise interfere with where the tress in question are growing.
For certain landowners, however, they may simply wish to have an arboricultural survey that places a value on a special tree in their grounds. As many arborists can tell you, 200 year old trees that have stood for many generations are not easy to replace if they get damaged – and if you are seeking damages from an individual who has damaged or destroyed an exceptionally high value tree, an arboricultural report from a qualified arborist will allow the courts to quantify your compensation.
While every job needs to be quoted for individually, the information below will give you an approximate idea of our charges.