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  1. *Please note the original link has since expired - please use the following link to apply: Jobs - Job Details - Arborist x 2 WWW.PEABODYJOBS.ORG.UK Jobs at Peabody and CBHA
  2. We are seeking an Arborist to join our team based in Thamesmead, South-East London Salary: PAYE £27,000-£35,000 (depending on experience and qualifications) Applicants must have NPTC tickets CS30, 31, 38 & 39 as a minimum Driving license essential All equipment and PPE provided 25 days Annual Leave (plus bank holidays) Family friendly working hours: Mon-Fri 8am-3.30pm Attendance based bonus scheme (usually circa £600-£700) paid in November each year. A range of other benefits We are a housing association with in-house Tree Services teams, responsible for the maintenance and management of around 30,000 trees within parklands, around our network of canals and within housing areas. To apply, or to see more details of the vacancy, please click on the below link. Jobs - Job Details - Arborist x 2 WWW.PEABODYJOBS.ORG.UK Jobs at Peabody and CBHA
  3. We are seeking an Arborist to join our team based in Thamesmead, South-East London Salary: PAYE £27,000-£35,000 (depending on experience and qualifications) Applicants must have NPTC tickets CS30, 31, 38 & 39 as a minimum Driving license essential All equipment and PPE provided 25 days Annual Leave (plus bank holidays) Family friendly working hours: Mon-Fri 8am-3.30pm Attendance based bonus scheme (usually circa £600-£700) paid in November each year. A range of other benefits We are a housing association with in-house Tree Services teams, responsible for the maintenance and management of around 30,000 trees within parklands, around our network of canals and within housing areas. To apply, or to see more details of the vacancy, please click on the below link. Arborist - Thamesmead | Arbjobs.com | Find Arb Jobs / Tree Work ARBJOBS.COM Wanted Full Time Arborist Climber in London (United Kingdom) click to learn more or set up free job alerts or view other arboricultural jobs at Arbjobs
  4. We are seeking 2x Arborists to join our team based in Thamesmead, South-East London Salary: PAYE £27,000-£35,000 (depending on experience and qualifications) Applicants must have NPTC tickets CS30, 31, 38 & 39 as a minimum Driving license essential All equipment and PPE provided 25 days Annual Leave (plus bank holidays) Family friendly working hours: Mon-Fri 8am-3.30pm Attendance based bonus scheme (usually circa £600-£700) paid in November each year. A range of other benefits We are a housing association with in-house Tree Services teams, responsible for the maintenance and management of around 30,000 trees within parklands, around our network of canals and within housing areas. To apply, or to see more details of the vacancy, please click on the below link. Jobs - Job Details - Arborist x 2 WWW.PEABODYJOBS.ORG.UK Jobs at Peabody and CBHA Any questions, please feel free to drop me a message or email rebecca.barton@peabody.org.uk
  5. We are based in south-east london and looking for full time climbers to join our team, if this is of any interest to you? Jobs - Job Details - Arborist x 2 WWW.PEABODYJOBS.ORG.UK Jobs at Peabody and CBHA
  6. https://www.peabodyjobs.org.uk/en/job/497149/arborist-x-2 £27,000 - £30,000 (may be negotiable for the right candidate) Peabody are seeking to recruit two Arborists to join their in-house Tree Services Team based in Thamesmead, South-East London, on a full-time, permanent basis (PAYE). The successful applicant will be able to carry out a range of tree work including planting, crown raising, reductions, pollarding, dismantling, felling and stump grinding, to a high standard and in line with industry best practice and BS3998: Tree Work Recommendations. The successful applicant will also be expected to assist in the maintenance of chainsaws, chippers and stump grinder. The Tree Services team work mostly within Thamesmead and provide high quality, planned, ad-hoc and reactive tree work to our existing tree stock of around 30,000 trees situated within housing estates, parklands and alongside our network of canals. Essential: CS30,31, 38, 39 Experience of working within a similar role. Full UK Driving License Desirable: CS41 (Aerial Tree Rigging) CS47 (Use of a Chainsaw from a MEWP) B+E Driving License (or pre-1997 UK Driving License) Why work for us? Working hours: 8am-3.30pm, Monday to Friday Weekend overtime available. 25 days annual leave (plus Bank Holidays). Salary of £27,000 - £30,000 per annum (salary may be negotiable for the right candidate) Annual attendance-based bonus scheme (circa £600-700) Continued Professional Development: ongoing training, refresher training etc. PPE, tools and equipment provided. Range of employee benefits to choose from including technology, memberships and discounts. If you would like any more info feel free to contact me at Rebecca.Barton@Peabody.org.uk or via Arbtalk 🙂
  7. Jobs - Job Details - Arborist WWW.PEABODYJOBS.ORG.UK Jobs at Peabody and CBHA Peabody are seeking to recruit an Arborist to join their in-house Tree Services Team based in Thamesmead, South-East London. The successful applicant will be able to carry out a range of tree work including planting, crown raising, reductions, pollarding, dismantling, felling and stump grinding, to a high standard and in line with industry best practice and BS3998: Tree Work Recommendations. The successful applicant will also be expected to assist in the maintenance of chainsaws, chippers and stump grinder. The Tree Services team work mostly within Thamesmead and provide high quality, planned, ad-hoc and reactive tree work to our existing tree stock of around 30,000 trees situated within housing estates, parklands and alongside our network of canals. Essential: CS30,31, 38, 39 Experience of working within a similar role. Full UK Driving License Desirable: CS41 (Aerial Tree Rigging) CS47 (Use of a Chainsaw from a MEWP) B+E Driving License (or pre-1997 UK Driving License) Why work for us? Working hours: 8am-3.30pm, Monday to Friday Weekend overtime available. 25 days annual leave (plus Bank Holidays). Salary of £26,000 per annum Annual attendance-based bonus scheme (circa £600-700) Continued Professional Development: ongoing training, refresher training etc. PPE, tools and equipment provided. Range of employee benefits to choose from including technology, memberships and discounts. If you would like any more info feel free to contact me at Rebecca.Barton@Peabody.org.uk or via Arbtalk 🙂
  8. Jobs - Job Details - Arborist WWW.PEABODYJOBS.ORG.UK Jobs at Peabody and CBHA We are seeking an Arborist to join our existing in-house tree team as a second climber, carrying out a range of tree works within a mostly residential environment. Position would be ideal for someone who is looking to gain some experience and is qualified to CS30-31 and CS38-39 as a minimum. Successful candidate will have a full driving license. License to tow a trailer would be preferred but not essential. Closing date is 29th July. Feel free to message me for more info.
  9. Thank you to everybody that stayed on topic... My query wasnt about TPOs or CAs or long winded court cases. Simply 'how do council TOs respond to complaints of council trees causing damage to drives'. I'm not concerned about court cases, I dont expect for such minor damage to lead to court. Any cases of significant damage I would deal with accordingly. I'm just sick of the public telling me I need to fell our trees because roots are pushing up their paving so thought it would be good to know how councils deal with this.
  10. Thanks Julian, I've seen your posts on here and uktc, TO or not, it is clear you have a lot of experience and knowledge so I very much appreciate the response... lots of reading for me now Still looking for responses from TOs though as to how they deal with these sorts of cases day to day!
  11. Thanks for the reply Paul. Your response does concern me a little though as if we were required to abate every such nuisance I dont think we would have any trees left except for in the parks! As per the example I used in the original post, would a LA really respond by removing the tree group and repairing the paving? We'd have no trees left in our built up areas! Any sort of resurfacing, be it better for the retained trees or not, would end up as a huge cost as there would definitely be a knock on effect... I guess I just despair that I only seem to come in contact with members of the public that view trees as just an annoyance...
  12. Hi all, So I work as a tree officer for a large housing association. We own a lot of open spaces, including parks, canals and trees near housing. A lot of the enquiries I get through come from residents with trees near their properties. Recently I have had a number of complaints relating to trees damaging hard surfaces - in particular block paved driveways, patios etc. Usually it is quite clear that it is the roots of our trees causing the issues. My question is... how do local authority tree officers respond to such enquiries/complaints? (Obviously each situation is assessed individually based on merits of the tree etc) but for example, lets say theres a line of leylandi on the boundary of our property, acting as screening between a large block of flats and some private housing on a neighbouring street. Neighbouring homeowner calls to complain that the leylandi are lifting the block paving in her garden. You go to assess, clearly it is leylandi tree roots causing the issue... Would a LA agree to repair the damage to the paving? In this particular situation I believe it would have a knock on effect where other neighbours would expect us to repair their paving too (felling the trees wouldnt be an option as they act as screening, and in my mind, the trees are more valuable than the block paving, but obviously the homeowner would disagree). Are we, as the owners of the trees, liable for minor damage such as lifting block paving? It may seem like an easy fix to just repair the paving, but this would end up being a massive cost if neighbours followed suit to put in similar complaints and requests for repair... (Sorry for babbling on!) Appreciate your responses in advance. R

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