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Re: BS5837 - how to categorise a hazardous tree with a known bat roost in it?

Subject: Re: BS5837 - how to categorise a hazardous tree with a known bat roost in it?
From: elsteadbysea
Date: Oct 21 2020 14:41:41
Based on information it would have to be U. Whether it could be made into a 
monolith or the bat experts remove bats, but you need to confirm if roosting 
in tree through the winter.Kind regardsPhillipSent from Samsung tablet.
-------- Original message --------From: Bettina Broadway-Mann 
<broadwaytrees@xxxxxx.com> Date: 21/10/2020  15:00  (GMT+00:00) To: UK Tree 
Care <uktc@xxxxxx.tree-care.info> Subject: BS5837 - how to categorise a 
hazardous tree with a known bat roost in it? Dear All,I have a mature Beech 
with many Ganoderma fungal brackets around the baseand up the trunk, numerous 
old pruning wound cavities and other veteranfeatures, and an identified bat 
roost in it as well.It is within a site requiring a BS5837, and yesterday 
shed a very largelimb across the road.Question - would you class this as an 
A3 tree, or as a category U?Many thanks as always,regardsBettina-- The UK 
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