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DIY Tree Constraints Evaluation for the small developer

treeplanbox gives you what you need to assess the development potential of small sites with trees

Based on the tried and tested recommendations of British Standard 5837, developed by Jacqueline Waring MArbA an experienced trees and development practitioner, and supplied with easy to follow instructions, there are 4 available options:

Option 1 : The Treeplanbox 

25 Aluminium number tags enable you to tag your trees for ID purposes.


Specially calibrated girth tape gives you the stem diameter of your tree.


Hand-held laser measurer allows easy distance checking.


In addition, treeplanbox comes with a simple guide, written by an experienced tree-protection-planner, to help you work effectively to the tree constraints of your own site. 

Option 2 : The Treeplanbox Plus Overview

25 Aluminium number tags enable you to tag your trees for ID Purposes.


Specially calibrated girth tape gives you the stem diameter of your tree


Hand-held laser measurer allows easy distance checking.

Option 2 comes with a simple guide, written by an experienced tree-protection-planner, to help you work effectively to the tree constraints of your own site.

In addition Option 2 contains simple instructions on collecting together the information you have on your project and emailing it for overview to an experienced trees and development practitioner at Treeplanning.co.uk  

Option 3 : Enhanced Treeplanbox, Overview and Tree Identification Handbook 

100 Aluminium number tags enable you to tag the trees on a slightly larger site for ID purposes.

Specially calibrated girth tape gives you the stem diameter of your tree.

Hand-held laser measurer allows easy distance checking.

Option 3 comes with a simple guide, written by an experienced tree-protection-planner, to help you work effectively to the tree constraints of your own site.

In addition Option 3 comes with a useful Tree Identification Manual (type can vary according to availability).

Option 3 also contains simple instructions on collecting together the information you have on your project and emailing it for overview to an experienced trees and development practitioner at Treeplanning.co.uk


Option 4: e-mail Overview - no appointment necessary!

Have you encountered problems with your tree-related Planning Submission? 

Think you need a second opinion? 

Want some experienced advice? 

Jacqueline Waring, experienced Trees and Development Practitioner can review your documentation via email and give tailored feedback.