Advice Protected Trees, Tree Preservation Order – TPOs
A Tree Preservation Order or (TPO) is made to protect an individual tree or population of trees which are deemed to benefit a local area. They are put in place by local planning authorities and, once in place, it becomes a criminal act to cut down or damage the tree or trees in question.
We can provide you with advice and recommendations relating to TPOs. If you want to know whether a tree or population of trees in your area is protected by a TPO, we can carry out the necessary research for you. We can also help with a TPO application, if you are concerned about the welfare of trees in your area.