Tree Preservation Order

A TPO does not stop any work on a Tree but requires permission from the local council. Where the Tree is causing damage or has suffered damage its self, there are actions that can be taken, but you first need to get official permission. We can help you through this process and provide the evidence.
You may need to make a ‘works to trees’ application if they’re protected by a ‘tree preservation order’ (TPO) or you live in a conservation area. Work can include trimming, topping, uprooting or lopping branches.
Fines up to £20,000 can be imposed, so make sure you get good advice before starting any work.
We can arrange a Tree Survey and discuss with you the options for your particular situation.

Want to add a TPO to a TREE

Tree Preservation Orders (TPO) is the legal mechanism to protect and preserve trees for public enjoyment, environmental and aesthetic purposes.

We can assist in your application and provide information to improve your chance of having the TPO approved.