difference between site plan and location plan

TerraQuest News

- Sep 2020

Site and Location Plans for Tree Surgeons

According to The Arboriculture Association, some trees are protected by legislation and you need to ensure you establish the legal status of trees prior to carrying out works on them. Tree Preservation Orders (TPOs) are administered by Local Planning Authorities and are made to protect trees that bring significant amenity benefits to the local area. Normal TPO procedures apply if a tree in a conservation area is already protected by a TPO. However, if a tree in a conservation area is not covered by a TPO, you have to give written notice to the LPA (by letter, email, or on the LPA’s form) of any proposed work, describing what you want to do, at least six weeks before the work starts.

How using ReQuestaPlan can benefit Tree Surgeons:

  • ReQuestaPlan will allow you to add detail such as tree canopies, trunks, hedgerows, and measurements from roots to above ground level, all onto a PDF without the need for a CAD license.
  • Tree surgeons are provided with a clear layout.
  • Tree surgeons can produce multiple plans with quick succession.
  • ReQuestaPlan is compliant with The Tree Preservation Order and Conservation Area Planning Application Guidelines.
  • Drawing tools available for specific requirements – Extra detail can help speed up the planning permission process.
  • Quick and simple to use tools to highlight where work will take place.