Hampshire Tree Preservation Orders (TPOs)
Tree Preservation Orders (TPOs) were introduced in the late 1940’s to enable Local Planning Authorities to protect important trees. TPOs can be put on single trees, groups of trees or whole woodlands and they prohibit the cutting down, uprooting, topping, lopping, wilful damage or destruction of the trees without the prior consent from the Local Planning Authority.
Here at Tilia Tree Surgeons, we are fully qualified and have vast experience with applying for and working on trees with TPOs. If you have a tree with a TPO that you think is unhealthy, dangerous or needs work on, seekthe help of professional tree surgeons Like Tilia. We assess the state of the tree and help you apply for the necessary permission from the Local Planning Authority to carry out the work. We can skillfully guide you through the whole process.
Tree Work within Hampshire Conservation Areas
Conservation areas are usually chosen as places of special historical or architectural interest and trees of a certain size within this area are also protected.
If you have a tree that needs work and you are not sure if you are in a conservation area, our experienced and qualified tree surgeons can assess the tree, apply for any necessary permissions and skillfully and safely carry out the work to the highest possible standard. If you are not sure call us today.