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barry_wardle

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    Arborist
  1. Full time or freelance climber required Hickson Wardle Treecare Climber required to join highly professional and hardworking team. We are an East London based firm, founded in 2014, currently undertaking a varied work load including local authority contracts, schools, universities, housing associations, construction firms and private clients within our area. Due to an ever-increasing work load, Hickson Wardle Treecare, are looking to take on a full time climber. Applicants must have all relevant NPTC/Lantra certifications and minimum of 3 years experience. Competitive rates offered reflecting candidates skill and experience. Email CV’s to: office@hicksonwardle.com www.hicksonwardle.com
  2. We are still looking to hire. Thanks.
  3. Full time or freelance climber required Hickson Wardle Treecare Climber required to join highly professional and hardworking team. We are an East London based firm, founded in 2014, currently undertaking a varied work load including local authority contracts, schools, universities, housing associations, construction firms and private clients within our area. Due to an ever-increasing work load, Hickson Wardle Treecare, are looking to take on a full time climber. Applicants must have all relevant NPTC/Lantra certifications and minimum of 3 years experience. Competitive rates offered reflecting candidates skill and experience. Email CV’s to: office@hicksonwardle.com
  4. Full time climber required Hickson Wardle Treecare Climber required to join highly professional and hardworking team. We are an East London based firm, founded in 2014, currently undertaking a varied work load including local authority contracts, schools, universities, housing associations, construction firms and private clients within our area. Due to an ever-increasing work load, Hickson Wardle Treecare, are looking to take on a full time climber. Applicants must have all relevant NPTC/Lantra certifications and minimum of 3 years experience. Competitive rates offered reflecting candidates skill and experience. Email CV’s to: office@hicksonwardle.com http://hicksonwardle.com/
  5. Full time climber required Hickson Wardle Treecare Climber required to join highly professional and hardworking team. We are an East London based firm, founded in 2014, currently undertaking a varied work load including local authority contracts, schools, universities, housing associations, construction firms and private clients within our area. Due to an ever-increasing work load, Hickson Wardle Treecare, are looking to take on a full time climber. Applicants must have all relevant NPTC/Lantra certifications and minimum of 3 years experience. Competitive rates offered reflecting candidates skill and experience. Email CV’s to: office@hicksonwardle.com http://hicksonwardle.com/
  6. Thanks for the reply's, I'm well aware of the actual working payload being non existent. Hypothetically if you did fill up a normal transit sized chipbox, on a van with upgraded leafsprings, the twin wheels help distribute the weight and they do cope with the (potentially overweight) load. I guess the single wheels would not cope. I'm forgetting about the idea now, the nice price tag was tempting!
  7. I've been offered a good deal on a brand new transit all wheel drive, with a tip master body. It looks great, the idea of all wheel drive definitely has it pros, especially when working on building sites etc. However the rear axle is only a single wheel axel as opposed to the regular transit tipper and its twin wheels per axel. What are the advantages of twin wheels on the rear, are there any obvious concerns on running a van with single rear wheels? load distribution over a larger surface area on a twin wheel axel is the main thing that I can think of. Will this seriously limit my load carrying capabilities having single wheels? Does anyone else run a van with single wheels on the rear axel? Cheers
  8. Hickson Wardle Treecare are looking for a climber or second climber/groundsman to help out with increased work load. Up to 4 days per week with the possibility of saturdays on a freelance basis. We are based in Hackney, East London. Pay dependent on experience. You would have to provide PPE and climbing kit. If your interested please get in touch via email containing your CV to barry@hicksonwardle.com Or get in contact via 07779113339 Thanks. Barry Wardle. Hickson Wardle | Treecare, Arborists/Tree Surgeons, London
  9. Hickson Wardle Treecare are looking for a climber or second climber/groundsman to help out with increased work load. Up to 4 days per week with the possibility of saturdays on a freelance basis. We are based in Hackney, East London. Pay dependent on experience. You would have to provide PPE and climbing kit. If your interested please get in touch via email containing your CV to barry@hicksonwardle.com Or get in contact via 07779113339 Thanks. Barry Wardle. Hickson Wardle | Treecare, Arborists/Tree Surgeons, London
  10. Hickson Wardle Treecare are a relatively new Arboricultural contractor based in Hackney,east London. We carry out work for local authorities and private clients. We take a great deal of pride in our work, making sure we do the best thing for the client, situation and tree. Working in a calm safe environment is essential. Due to a rising work load we are looking for experienced climbers or climber groundsmen, with relevant NPTC training and a passion for tree work. The work will be occasional at the moment, hopefully over time it could become more frequent and reliable. I have been a climber for over 10 years and know how important good climbers and groundsmen are to the running of a job. A good day rate will be negotiated and payed via invoicing. If you are interested, please send a c.v. to barry@hicksonwardle.com Hickson Wardle | Treecare, Arborists/Tree Surgeons, London
  11. im definatley interested, im living west, central london, so if any one else near by is up for it we could possibly car pool? I think waiting for better weather is a very good idea!
  12. im pretty sure its an Acer rufinerve, snake barked maple with quite a textured leaf (not super smooth like alot of maples)
  13. Thanks, yeah the bean poles are an absolute misery, at least it wasn't raining!
  14. todays job, lime tree which had been topped/polarded at 2 different points in the tree, resulting in loads of week unions and loads of skinny poles, Task - reduce by 2 meters all round. Nice relaxing Friday!

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