We collect information about the site to determine how this influences the woodland’s design.
This helps determine the suitable of species for planting as well as features you want to include.
Boundaries are important for maintenance and design.
Planting success is influenced by the soil type and condition.
This determines the dissolved salt content of the water.
Sites of archaeological interest may have restrictions.
Habitat regulations for your woodland.
Wayleaves may be a constraining factor that will be built into your woodland design.
The EIA determines how the project will impact the environment.
This is important for maintenance and access regulations.
Checking any outbuildings that may be impacted by creating a woodland.
Access tracks through a site can be a constraining factor.
A TPO means the tree is protected and requires planning permission for forestry work.
Permitted development and planning permission requirements in your woodland.
There are restrictions for Conservation Areas.
Endangered plants are protected by The Wildlife and Countryside Act (1981).