Commercial Site Clearance

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Do you have a site or a plot of land that needs tree clearance in North London to prepare for landscaping or building KW tree care can certainly help We follow a simple process when conducting commercial site clearance.

Step 1 - Wild Life Inspection
 
Often site clearances involve working on land that hasn't been used by humans
for a number of years. During this time of inactivity, nature likes to
take over. We need to ensure that there are no bats or any other
protected wildlife on the site. If we believe there is a significant
chance/risk we will recommend getting an independent ecology report.
This is an important step to both protect the wildlife and avoid severe
fines for both parties. This is in keeping with the wildlife and
countryside act 1981.

Step 2 - Dangerous Substance or Waste Inspection
 
Chippers
and flails don't particularly like bits of metal going through them! To
combat downtime on the job will have a 'mooch' around, prior to
booking, and evaluate whether it would be beneficial to have a grab
lorry collect waste that has accumulated over the years. It's fairly
commonplace that old buildings and land that have been used for
fly-tipping may have harmful substances such as the asbestos present.
Again, to prevent downtime it's best to deal with this via a waste
removal specialist, prior to the commencement of works.
 
Step 3 - Flailing
'Can't
see the wood for the trees' - Where practical we like to first start
off by 'flailing' the small vegetation to allow better access for larger
machines and to speed up the felling and removal process. It helps us
get a better idea of stumps, and dips in the ground and reduces the
frequency of trips, slips, and falls.
 
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