Tree Survey and Reports for the area of Rugby

ancient oakland forest

Home Buyer Tree Surveys for Mortgages and Insurance Reasons

Buying a home will probably be the most expensive purchase you will make in your lifetime and it is important to do everything that is needed legally to get the job done right. Your mortgage provider or insurer may ask for a tree report for the trees in the grounds of the property you are buying. We can help with this by coming over and sorting out a tree survey on the property you are purchasing to highlight any issues or threats that maybe there and also what can be done to rectify the problem and therefore keep the brokers happy!

Trees are a popular addition to your home and actually can add value to the price and help the environment, but saying this there needs to be some care if you are buying a new home about the risks that they can incur to the property as well. This is where can come in, as properly qualified and well experienced Arboriculturists that can help the property buyer evaluate the risks etc. and come to a comprehensive plan on how to solve the problem if there is one.

Our tree surveying and reporting business offers a fast response and finishing time and we are experienced and professional tree surveyors who create comprehensive tree surveys to help evaluate if a property complies with the mortgage and home buyer requirements that are expected.

"All our Tree Survey and Report consultants hold the Royal Forestry Society Certificate in Arboriculture and the Arboricultural Association Technicians' Certificate, a guarantee of excellence in technical and practical knowledge."

Enhancing Woodlands in the Rugby Area


Princethorpe Woodlands Scheme

This ancient woodland was described as "the most important cluster of ancient woodlands in Warwickshire" by the local Biodiversity Action Plan for Warwickshire, Coventry and Solihull. The region covers about 600 hectares encompassing 20 woodland areas which added all up together makes 10% of all the ancient woodland in Warwickshire.

The scheme is one of the Wildlife Trust`s Living Landscape areas and the plan is to improve and enhance the local woodland and in turn the local wildlife over the next 50 years, with the ultimate goal being: "An ancient wooded landscape connected by a network of hedgerows, rich in wildlife and accessible to all".

The area is home to many species of mammals, birds, insects and plants that are becoming rare in the County of Warwickshire and here you can find 34 of the 35 species of butterfly including the Wood White Butterfly, Dingy Skipper Butterfly and White Admiral to name but a few.

Ryton Wood

This area of ancient woodland in Warwickshire has suffered in the 60s, but since then it has seen a resurgence due to traditional woodland management practices and is now considered one of counties largest semi-natural ancient woodlands. The woodland covers 85 hectares and hails back to the end of the last Ice Age as a wooded area, this is analysis is supported by the existence of small-leaved lime in the wood which are deciduous trees native to the UK, it was once the most common tree thousands of years ago and now the species is becoming rare. The area has signs of being managed wooded land way back in medieval times and there are now about 40 species in the woods, but the Oak Tree is the most common.


What our clients` are saying about our services:


The property we wanted to purchase had dozens of trees in the grounds. Your tree surveys for mortgages in Northampton meant we could have our mortgage approved in no time! Delighted!
Lucy Crossman, Northampton

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