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Environmental Planning and Forestry consultancy officially launches new Oxfordshire office in Chipping Norton on Friday.

A specialist consultancy is celebrating the official opening of their new office in Chipping Norton this Friday (10th June). The expansion will enable the company to extend their services more easily to clients in Oxfordshire, Gloucestershire, the Cotswolds and across the south Midlands.

Lockhart Garratt, whose head office in Northamptonshire, work on a range of forestry and environmental planning projects, providing specialist technical advice on arboriculture, ecology, landscape architecture, forestry, woodland management and land restoration. All of these services are now available from its new Chipping Norton base.

To celebrate the official opening, Lockhart Garratt are hosting a drinks reception which takes place from 6pm onwards on Friday 10th June at the Chipping Norton Town Hall. There will be an opportunity to network with other local businesses, as well as a chance to meet staff from the new branch and across the company.

“It is a very exciting time for us; we are looking forward to meeting local landowners and professionals at what we hope will be a wonderful event,” comments Lockhart Garratt’s Chairman John Lockhart. “With ongoing support from our head office, we are now able to offer all of our specialist services to clients in the area. We have a strong and growing client base in the region and involvement with a number of very high profile projects. We look forward to expanding this through our practical solution focused approach to our clients’ challenges. Nick Bolton will be the resident Director with principal responsibility for the Chipping Norton Office and myself and the Board look forward to supporting him as we take matters forward.”

Lockhart Garratt was established in 1998 and has become one of England’s leading independent forestry and environmental planning consultancies. The company employs over 35 staff, providing expert advice relating to trees, ecology, woodland, forestry, landscape planning and design and green infrastructure from both their Northamptonshire and Oxfordshire offices.

Those interested in registering for the last few places should contact  Places are free but there is limited availability.

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