Tree Surgery Service For Derbyshire And Staffordshire Tree Removal, Tree Pruning, Stump Grinding.
In these pictures you can see us removing a large Sycamore tree
From small tree pruning to large tree removal, talk to the experts at Derbyshire Tree Services today.
We can help with a wide range of tree surgery problems, including dangerous trees and hazardous branches, with full liability insurance for all tasks. The removal of any large trees, wherever possible are disposed of using a portable saw mill, the resultant planks are utilised for such items as horse jumps and on occasion have been used in furniture.
Derbyshire tree Services provide a quality cost effect tree surgery services, so call us now on 01332 511 217 to discuss your tree surgery requirements
Our range of tree services:
Pruning of establishing trees
Pruning overhanging branches
Fruit tree pruning
Hazardous tree removal
They say that conifers can grow unto two feet a year, well this is a customers conifers, pictured in slide show, had grown 5 foot in 18 months.
Storm Damage From Trees
Particularly during the winter months we are called out to deal with storm damage caused by falling trees. Click the image in the slide show to see some of the situations we have dealt with.
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What is a Tree Preservation Order?
A Tree Preservation Order is an order made by a local planning authority in England to protect specific trees, groups of trees or woodlands in the interests of amenity.
How do I get permission to trim a tree with a TPO?
You will normally need to contact your local planning authority (LPA) before
any work can be carried out on protected trees. The LPA is usually the
council to which you pay your Council Tax, but where the tree(s) are in the
Broads Authority area or a National Park you should consult the relevant
Can you cut overhanging branches of a tree with a TPO?
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.
All kinds of trees may be covered by a TPO, including mature trees as well as
saplings and low-growing species. Shrubs and formal hedgerows cannot be
covered by a TPO. The order can cover anything from a single tree to
What happens if you chop down a tree with a TPO?
If trees which are protected under a Tree Preservation Order are cut down,
pruned or felled without consent, and without evidence of them being
dangerous, a criminal offence has been committed, which can result in an
unlimited fine being issued by the courts.
How do you check whether a tree has a TPO?
Some local authorities have maps you can check to see if a tree or wood has a
TPO or is in a Conservation Area. If no map or list is available, or if there
is any doubt, speak to your local authority’s tree officer or equivalent.