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Warwickshire Property Forum -Learning event

19 Nov 2019 
16:00-18:00 
Riverside 
Tree Risk Management



Warwickshire Property Forum -Learning event
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Learning event - Tree Risk Management

Date: 19 Nov 

Time: 16:00-18:00

Venue: Riverside nr Stratford.

Working with the team at Wharton Natural Infrastructure Consultants and other local experts we're hosting a series of Learning events over the coming months.


19 Nov Tree Risk Management

Tree Risk Management: How to weather the storm?

Do you Manage public open space, or people who manage trees? Do you have an over-riding tree risk strategy? Are you aware of your legal obligations?

As we fast approach the end of the year, we enter a period of unsettled and increasingly stormy weather. Tree risk management is paramount; not only during this season but through-out the whole year. In our next Learning Event we will review Tree Risk Management; why trees are a benefit to us all, the risks & hazards trees can pose, Duty of Care, the consequence of negligence and what is tree legislation & policy,

Donít let it become a storm in a tea-cup! Join us at Riverside to find out more!



Jan/Feb 2020 Planning and Development -
Green Infrastructure + Resilience

April 2020 Environmental Considerations

We look forward to seeing you there!





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