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RE: Arboricultural Supervision

Subject: RE: Arboricultural Supervision
From: Johnston, Paul
Date: Nov 24 2008 09:18:28
Moray said 

<keeps the site manager on his toes>

On larger schemes I set up monthly meetings through the DC case officer
(who attends too) - it's an allocation of my time, but it does build up
a good relationship with the developer and in many cases they will be on
the phone week to week keeping me informed.

Useful experience for the DC officer too.


Paul Johnston
Tree Officer - Planning
Fareham Borough Council
(+44)01329 XXXXXX
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Sent: 21 November 2008 18:46
To: UK Tree Care
Subject: Re: Arboricultural Supervision

Jerry wrote

"OK, something has gone wrong - All the soil's been stripped from around

that tree.
What would the difference be if an arb supervisor had been conditioned? 
(Unless the condition states that she should be on site throughout all 
stages of the build...)
Conditions can't be expected to cure ignorance."

Jerry your absolutely right that it wont save that tree and it won't
cure ignorance, but it might save the other trees on site, especially so
for larger phased developments. Additionally having a decent arb visit
the site, keeps the site manager on his toes and they are less likely to
flaunt the tree protection measures if they know they are being checked
upon and the info will be relayed to the LPA (or snitching as you put


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