Arboricultural Association
The objectives of the Association are:-
  • To advance the study of Arboriculture.
  • To raise the standards of its practice.
  • To foster interest in trees through publications, exhibitions and the stimulation of research or experiment.
  • To assist in the training of students in disciplines where arboriculture is a major subject.
  • To co-operate with other bodies having similar aims.

International Society of Arboriculture UK
The International Society of Arboriculture (ISA) is the worlds biggest group of professional arborists with over 20,000 members distributed throughout 38 "Chapters" across the 5 continents.
The ISA operates in the United Kingdom & Ireland via its UK&I Chapter. The Chapter formed in 1992 to represent the UK based professional arborist and to promote an international platform for the advancement of the science of arboriculture. Take a look at the
United Kingdom & Ireland arm of the largest and most influential arboricultural organisation in the world.

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Tree Advice Trust
The Tree Advice Trust is an independent charity whose aims are to research and disseminate practical information and guidance on the cultivation, maintenance and care of trees grown for amenity.

Barcham Trees
Wholesale and retail tree sales between Soham and Ely.

Health & Safety Executive
An independent watchdog for work-related health, safety and illness, whose mission is to prevent death, injury and ill health in Britain’s workplace.

National Association of Tree Officers
The National Association of Tree Officers (NATO) is a UK based, independent organisation that represents and distributes the views and concerns of Tree Officers nationwide.

Royal Forestry Society
Are dedicated to the wise management of trees and woodlands, and to increasing people's understanding of forestry.

UK Government Planning Portal
Linking to information and online form regarding an appeal against a TPO refusal. (If an application is refused, or allowed subject to conditions, or if the Council fails to decide the application within 2 months the applicant has a right of appeal to the
Secretary of State under the provisions of section 78 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 (as amended).

General Information on High Hedges
Website with advise, information and links with regards to high hedges.

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