Harpenden Memorial Hospital
Client: Ingleton Wood Architects
Mr Hunter of Ingleton Wood Architects contacted me in December 2016 asking for my assistance in providing a tree survey at the Harpenden Memorial Hospital, Hertfordshire.
I became a member of the design team for the next 2 ½ years as the project developed and plans were refined. The site benefited from over 500 trees, some dating from the setting out of the grounds in the 19th century. A total of eight trees were classified as category A (high quality, >40 year retention span) while a particularly impressive Red oak was identified as a Category A* (of especially high value). Twelve trees were identified as Category U (very low quality specimens, <10 year retention span).
I provided tree constraints plans, two sets of arboricultural implications assessments, preliminary tree protection advice, and proposals for mitigation and replacement.
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