Greys Court is a Tudor country house with associated gardens and woodland walks, located at the southern end of the Chiltern Hills near Henley on Thames. It is owned by the National Trust and open to the public.
In the later part of 2015 we undertook a tree survey of the site with the head gardener. The survey highlighted a number of dead and diseased trees within their woodland walks. These trees needed to be removed for safety reasons.
We also scheduled some pruning works within the formal gardens of the main house.
Power line shut down.
Sometimes trees are planted without considering overhead services. In this back garden in Wantage we were asked to remove a large Hornbeam tree that had grown around some high voltage cables. After liaising with the tree officer it was decided that the tree should be removed and replanting undertaken away from the power lines.
Large Cedar Tree Removal due to Storm Damage
This very large Cedar tree had the top to be blown out of it in last year’s storms. Despite being the subject of a Tree Preservation Order (TPO) the tree officer and Treescape Oxford Limited were unable to find a way to retain the tree in a safe manner.