We regularly assist landscape architects and private and public clients with the management of trees in landscape design projects including creating or restoring parkland areas on estates, producing planting plans around new buildings and developments, and managing existing trees within a landscape design.

Our sensitivity and understanding of natural and historic landscapes supports clients in both urban and rural settings with expert advice on planting and ongoing management. This takes into account the existing setting’s historical, ecological and visual significance as well as current and likely usage.

Planting Plans

Whether for a new design or as part of a restoration project, expert tree advice will ensure that landscape designs are supported with appropriate planting which will enhance the setting and support biodiversity. Sensitive planting can also be used to screen developments on or adjacent to a site and The Tree and Woodland Company have considerable experience with such projects.

Project Management

Landscape masterplans need sound project management. The Tree and Woodland Company’s professional contract management service includes production of detailed specifications and contract documents, tendering to established contractors for competitive quotes and contractor liaison and supervision as necessary throughout a project.

Implementation

We implement projects for clients as required, including sourcing nursery stock, clearance and new planting using our specialist planting teams to establish, protect and maintain trees and shrubs.

    • Askew Nelson Landscape Architects
    • Calke Abbey, National Trust
    • Chatsworth Estate
    • Melbourne Hall and Gardens
    • The Landscape Agency
    • The Royal Parks
    • Tyler Grange
    • Weston Park Foundation
    • Wrest Park, English Heritage
    • Yorkshire Sculpture Park
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