Barcham Trees offers young tree consultancy service

Barcham Trees is to offer a young tree consultancy service to aid the selection, transplanting and maintenance of stock into urban developments.

Keith Sacre of Barcham Trees - image: Barcham Trees
Keith Sacre of Barcham Trees - image: Barcham Trees

The consultancy has three tiers.  First it offers a site specific/single project service, which includes advice on species selection, choice and regular inspection of stock from supplying nurseries, site visits at point of delivery, design of tree pits and involvement in a post-planting management and maintenance schedule.  It can also offer a pest and disease diagnostic service. 

Secondly, Barcham Trees provides an annual service for a retainer of £1,250.  This includes a  telephone advisory service, one-off site visits on an expenses-only basis, guidance on current research into young tree production and management and prioritised delegate places at its regular technical seminars.  Two annual CPD sessions relating to the production, maintenance and management of young trees, plus open access to the nursery, are also part of the retainer deal.

Thirdly, any of Barcham’s consultancy services can be offered on an ‘as required’ basis at the hourly rate of £45 plus expenses.

Contact Keith Sacre keith@barchamtrees.co.uk

 

 

 


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