iCo Green has extensive experience with surveying requirements, from individual tree sites to large urban populations. A range of the services we can offer have been outlined below. We believe in providing a tailored, bespoke service and will work with you to understand your specific work needs and requirements.
Tree Surveys and Inspections
The iCo Green team carry out thousands of individual tree inspections a year, including risk inspections, tree condition surveys, pest and disease inspections, ecological inspections, and preservation recommendations. We can also offer planning and development surveys, subsidence reports or specially-tailored inspection reports to meet mortgage provider requirements.
Tree Risk Surveys
From surveys covering thousands of trees over a wide area to individual tree risk inspections the iCo Green team can provide a solution bespoke to you. At the heart of our approach is a commitment to helping you meet duty of care requirements, ensuring the safety of visitors to your land. We can conduct risk surveys for trees upon your property and create a specifically designed management system – our Tree Officers directly manage over 50,000 trees in the UK and have a wealth of experience to bring to your property requirements.
i-Tree Eco and Canopy Surveys
Developed by the USDA Forest Service, i-Tree is an innovative new tool for analysing tree populations and calculating value based on the ecosystem services they provide. iCo Green was instrumental in realising the London i-Tree project, the largest survey of its kind to date, and can now offer this ground-breaking service to other land and home owners around the country, delivering aerial photography assessments of tree canopy cover.
Veteran tree inspections
The iCo Green team aims to provide a high-quality veteran tree service, and have supplied this in the past to companies such as the London Wildlife Trust for whom we conducted a London-wide assessment of their tree stock across 42 sites.
Our Veteran Tree Inspections adhere to the specialist standard for surveying veteran, ancient and historic trees, as laid down by Natural England’s specialist survey method for veteran trees, which is also used by The National Trust, The Woodland Trust and many local authorities.