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Ive been given permission to fell and remove some tree from a local woodland, The trees that require removing have been marked with an orange paint mark but some have been sprayed over with white? does this mean anything 

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.....reminds me of a mate who drank liquid tippex instead of liquid viagra an woke up with a massive correction...

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.... I'll get my coat ;) k
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Just now, Ashley_smith said:

Hi

 

Ive been given permission to fell and remove some tree from a local woodland, The trees that require removing have been marked with an orange paint mark but some have been sprayed over with white? does this mean anything 

maybe best asking ur client😂😂😂😂

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It depends on who marked them . Here generally  a a diagonal slash in flu-recent paint ( pink perhaps ) means its coming out  . A dot means leave it , even if its dead , probably for habitat .  but that's not universal by any means . Ask who marked them up .

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Basically any works yr doing should be on a works schedule with a tree management system and corresponding mapping n tree tags / markings. All constraints and permits listed with an ecological  component. If not.... I would be concerned. K

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3 hours ago, Khriss said:

Basically any works yr doing should be on a works schedule with a tree management system and corresponding mapping n tree tags / markings. All constraints and permits listed with an ecological  component. If not.... I would be concerned. K

Thanks! Will try and get some paper work to have a look at 👍 all I know atm is that there is a licence for around 350 trees to be thinned 

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9 hours ago, Ashley_smith said:

Thanks! Will try and get some paper work to have a look at 👍 all I know atm is that there is a licence for around 350 trees to be thinned 

....that's with my Professional head , on, cos recently, got asked to eco-survey a site n found Japanese Knotweed, which Obvs totally changes site operations. Guys knew abt it but didn't want to mention it out loud  - I mentioned out loud that you can be arrested for it..... K

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2 hours ago, Khriss said:

....that's with my Professional head , on, cos recently, got asked to eco-survey a site n found Japanese Knotweed, which Obvs totally changes site operations. Guys knew abt it but didn't want to mention it out loud  - I mentioned out loud that you can be arrested for it..... K

loads of the wood has already been removed

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