Arboricultural Association

The Arboricultural Association was established in 1964, they are committed to advancing the study of arboriculture, raising standards, fostering interests in trees and supporting those training in the industry.

Unit 9A
Ullenwood Court
Ullenwood
Cheltenham
GL53 9QS
UK
Website: www.trees.org.uk/
Email: admin@trees.org.uk
Tel: 01242 522152

Documents by this publisher

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Series details Title Year Status
Standard Conditions of Contract and Specification for Tree Works 1997 Amber
Tree survey and inspection. 2nd edition 1994 Red
Trenching and trees 1994 Red
GN 1 Trees and bats. 2nd edition 2003 Red
GN 3 Planting and managing amenity woodlands 2006 Red
GN 3 Planting and managing amenity woodlands (revised edition) 1999 Red
GN 4 Amenity valuation of trees and woodlands (revised edition) 2000 Red
GN 4 Visual amenity valuation of trees and woodlands (the Helliwell system). 3rd edition 2003 Red
GN 6 Preparing for prosecution 2004 Red
GN 7 Tree surveys: a guide to good practice 2005 Red
GN 8 Framework for tree work contracts - standard conditions of contract and specification for tree works, English edition 2008 Amber
LEAFLET 1 Choosing the right tree for your garden 2000 Red
LEAFLET 1 Trees for small gardens 1991 Red
LEAFLET 2 Guide to tree planting 1991 Red
LEAFLET 2 Tree planting 2000 Red
LEAFLET 3 Young tree maintenance 1991 Red
LEAFLET 3 Young tree maintenance 2005 Red
LEAFLET 4 Tree management 1991 Red
LEAFLET 5 Evergreen hedges 1991 Red
LEAFLET 6 Tree roots 1991 Red
LEAFLET 7 Thinning groups of trees 1991 Red
LEAFLET 8 Mature tree maintenance 1992 Red
LEAFLET 8 Mature tree management 2005 Red
LEAFLET 9 Protection of trees on development sites. Part 1 - Drawing board 1997 Red
LEAFLET 10 Protection of trees on development sites. Part 2 - On site 1997 Red
LEAFLET 11 Trees: excavation and highway maintenance, including trenching, kerbing, surfacing and entrance crossings 1997 Red
LEAFLET 12 Trees, subsidence and other structural damage: a householders guide 2000 Red

 

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