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Tim Ashburner

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  1. Noticed the attached recently on two sides of a field perimeter, ash and a young oak with the new shoots blackened. Considered frost damage as well but ash stems seem to have the scarring. Any comments?
  2. Hi can anyone advise me if the above is available for free for local authorities? Cheers Tim
  3. Can I get opinions please to support my own idea as to what I am 99% sure it is?
  4. Thoughts on hard hat whilst surveying; if for what are health and safety benefits, if against what are main factors to support this. Cheers
  5. Thank you all for your comments, I will look at the exclamation type sign with tree surveying and robust risk assessment etc, PPE as required by client (full high viz) and plenty of due care and attention. Cheers
  6. Looking to carry out survey on various roads appreciate governed by highways criteria to a degree but would you suggest men at work with tree surveying attached to bottom of sign or the exclamation mark with same detail. Mindful that we are not blocking carriageway I.e. parking van in side road and surveying along highways verge? Any advice what current practice is gratefully accepted
  7. Ok thanks I have contacted tree alert just in case as I have not seen anything similar in this area before
  8. Found these holes at base of sycamore I am thinking ALB; any comments / ideas?
  9. Site is controlled by barrier access to industrial units so prior contact by telephone is required


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