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Jeremy Barrell

Jeremy Barrell

Managing director

Jeremy Barrell is the Managing Director of Barrell Tree Consultancy.  He is a prolific international speaker and writer, specialising in urban tree management, tree safety and heritage trees.

 

Latest Articles From This Author

Barrell On ... Vigilance needed in tree-risk management

- The recent inquest into the death of a young woman at Kew Gardens in 2012 caused by a falling branch from a mature cedar raised important tree-risk management questions. After lengthy proceedings, a jury found that there was insufficient evidence to decide on the cause of branch failure.

According To Barrell ... Natural assets must have natural context

- After a long winter, April is always uplifting.

According To Barrell ... Contrasting approaches to heritage trees

- There is a hidden threat to our heritage trees. The National Trust has a reputation for delivering the highest standards in conserving architectural heritage, but it seems that philosophy is not so rigorously applied to environmental assets.


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  • HEAD GARDENER REQUIRED - COTSWOLDS Knight Frank £28,000 - £30,000 no accommodation, Gloucestershire / Cheltenham, Gloucestershire / Northleach, Gloucestershire
  • Contract Supervisor Lowther Forestry Group Ltd Attractive salary, vehicle and benefits package, South East England / South West England
  • Gardener - Team Leader Landscape Associates Ltd £19,000 - £23,000 - Dependant on individual experience, Teddington, London (Greater) / Teddington, London (Greater)
  • Garden Centre Manager MorePeople £30000 - £35000 per annum, London (Central), London (Greater)
  • Shop Manager MorePeople £15000 per annum, London (Central), London (Greater)




 

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Horticulture Week - 11 July 2014 NEWS: Industry co-working sparks engagement with Government

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KIT TESTS: Tractors

PLANT FOCUS: Leucanthemum

SHOW PREVIEW: Sector prepares for Fruit Focus