Arboricultural Impact Assessments

What are Arboricultural Impact Assessments?

An Arboricultural Impact Assessment (AIA) is a written assessment which determines the site-specific effect of a planned development on the existing tree stock. It is a recommendation of the British Standard 5837: 2012 Trees in relation to design, demolition & construction – Recommendations, that an Arboricultural Impact Assessment is produced in order to inform the development process.

 

How does it work?

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The Arboricultural Impact Assessment identifies trees to be removed and those to be retained and it highlights the potential conflicts between retained trees and the planned development. Typical conflicts between trees and developments can range from crown shading issues of a tree to a planned development breaching a trees’ Root Protection Area (RPA).

Additionally, The Arboricultural Impact Assessment also considers the impact of statutory designations such as tree preservation orders (TPO’s) and identifies the long-term value and benefits of trees in the urban and built environment.

Our dedicated team of Arboricultural Consultants deliver pragmatic solutions to potential issues arising from trees within a planned development site and are able to identify and recommend suitable mitigation measures in order to ensure a smooth progression through the planning and development process.

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ProHort know that getting value for your money is of the utmost importance, especially when coordinating development of a property. In line with this, we will always provide our best price, first time, for all of the services we provide.

Prices for a full Arboricultural Impact Assessment can vary depending upon a range of factors, including the size of the garden and the complexity of the project.

Please enquire now or call us on 01782 479479 for more information.

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