During lockdown, we had the opportunity to think about how to make our domestic habits a little more environmentally friendly by making a few simple swaps.
Ever since this summer's scorching weather gave way to storms and rain, there has been a distinct nip in the air - a sure sign that autumn is on its way. But apart from a drop in temperature and the nights drawing in, how else does nature usually signal the approaching autumn? Here are a few things to look
The UK has promised to greatly reduce greenhouse gas emissions by the year 2050. With trees being essential for removing CO2 from the air, we explain why they planting trees will play a big part in us reaching the 2050 emissions target.
Trees and woodland cover 11,200 square miles (or 11.8 percent) of the total land area of the UK. After millennia of this decreasing, there is now an international drive to increase tree and woodland coverage. Tree planting initiatives play a large role in this. Why are trees important? With trees and woodland so important in capturing carbon
During a recent drive around a local town, we came across a building site. The billboards advertised a new housing development made up of eight residential properties. Unfortunately, the site attracted our attention for all the wrong reasons; what we saw was a prime example of when laws designed to protect trees on development sites are ignored or not
Hooray - the sun has finally got its hat on and it seems spring is here at last! Traditionally, spring is a time when the property market gets a boost as people start thinking about moving home. It is also when tree consultants like us see an increase in enquiries about our services. Why? Because some homebuyers will find