John Lockhart, Chairman

Those responsible for land are obliged to deal with ash trees suffering from dieback, but can rely on an increasing range of guidance to support them.

In an article prepared for the March/April edition of the RICS Land Journal by John Lockhart he discusses the development of the ash disease, the impact it has had on the UK and the management opportunities available to landowners.

Click here to download the full article.

On the back of our information briefing note “Sunset for ash trees” and the associated web portal, we continue to monitor progress and understanding of the impacts of this disease and develop management solutions for all situations and objectives.

 

 

Article published in RICS Land Journal March/April 2020 edition, page 14-16.

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