EMEC Aboriculture

EMEC Arboriculture is able to provide expert arboricultural advice for clients in line with 'BS5837:2012 Trees in relation to design, demolition and construction - Recommendations'.

Based in the East Midlands, EMEC Arboriculture can undertake BS5837 tree surveys across Nottinghamshire, Leicestershire, Derbyshire and Lincolnshire, as well as further afield.

Tree surveys are often required for planning applications and therefore our clients are typically made up of developers, architects and land owners.

The arboricultural services we provide include the following;

- BS5837 Tree Surveys

- Arboricultural Impact Assessments (AIA)

- Tree Constraints Plans (TCP)

- Arboricultural Method Statement (AMS)

- Tree Protection Plans (TPP)

Please follow the links below for more details on these services or feel free to contact us for more information and to book in an arboricultural survey.

Our Land Management team is also able to carry out any recommended tree works including tree felling, pruning, stump removal as well as tree planting and aftercare. Please follow this link to our land management page for more information.

East Midlands Environmental Consultants Ltd (of which EMEC Arboriculture is a division) is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust and all profits are gift-aided to the Trust to support its conservation work.

We are also a member of the Association of Wildlife Trust Consultancies (AWTC).

BS5837 Tree Survey

A tree survey in accordance with 'BS5837:2012 Trees in relation to design, demolition and construction - Recommendations' is often required at an early stage of the project design to ensure the majority of conflicts between trees present on site and the proposed development can be addressed at the design stage rather than causing issues further down the line.

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Arboricultural Method Statement

Following submission of the initial reports and tree constraints plan, consultation with the client is often required to finalise the design plan in a way that minimises arboricultural issues. Any remaining issues can then be addressed within an arboricultural method statement.

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