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Specialists in the Preservation
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Sussex Housing and Care

Case Study

Sussex Housing & Care, a not-for-profit organisation formed in 1946, provides independent living, sheltered housing and residential care to around 800 residents in various locations in Sussex.

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Early regular maintenance saves trees

If a tree isn’t damaged or diseased, but just grown too large for the situation, the reluctance to fell and remove it is understandable.

‘Save our trees’ is a familiar slogan, so for environmental reasons we tend to seek an alternative, which is often one of maintenance in the form of regular pruning.

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Removing Chestnut from River Mole

Removing a fallen tree across a river at the end of your garden is not usually at the top of the list when you obtain a new property. This, however, was a priority for a new owner of a property in Pixham, near Dorking.

It was thought that the large chestnut tree, that spanned from one side of the River Mole to the other, had lain like this for many years. Unsightly debris gathered around the trunk to be dispelled as the level of the water rose.

It was time for the river to be cleaned up. This was not a simple task. Connick Tree Care was engaged and the careful planning began.

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Working with English Heritage

We've been back to Osborne House on the Isle of Wight as part of the ongoing Arboricultural Contract for English Heritage.

One of our tasks on this visit was the safeguarding of a high amenity pine tree. The pine required some remedial bracing work in order to avoid structural failure.

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