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It has never been easier to obtain an arborist’s report. We have a network of tree professionals in Australia that can help you quickly find a qualified arborist. We can help you to streamline the process whether you need an arborist’s report to apply for a council-issued permit for tree removal or for a planning permit.

Our team has the skills and experience to provide comprehensive trees reports, pro arborist reports as well as tree health inspections, bushfire management strategies, and tree risk assessments. With our call center open seven days per week and our online request form 24/7, there are more ways than ever to get in touch. Call us today to receive a free, no-obligation quote for your next Arborist Report.

What is an Arborist report?

An arborist’s report is a detailed document detailing the health, hazards and value of each tree. A professional tree inspection and report has many uses. An arborist’s report serves the main purpose of providing an official and verified analysis on the type and state of trees to be used for planning, construction, or land management. Councils use arborist reports when deciding whether to issue tree removal permits. They assist councils in drafting tree protection laws, determining how to best manage council land, and identifying trees that may pose a danger to the local community.

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The length and details of Arborist Reports can vary, but they will always include the following:

  • Species
    Size (height, breadth)
    Structure and Health
  • Age
  • Origin (native or non-native).
  • D.B.H.
  • T.P.Z.
  • S.R.Z.
  • Arboricultural rating (retention value)
    S.U.L.E.
  • Tree inspection vs. arborist report
    Although these terms sound like they are interchangeable, it is important to note that there are significant differences between them. An arborist’s report is the standard for official trees report documents. This report can be used for all official processes, including building permits, council applications, and tree removal requests. Tree inspections are generally cheaper and involve an inspection and analysis but no report. This option is useful for anyone who doesn’t need additional documentation to inspect their trees.

Tree inspection vs. arborist report

Although these terms sound like they are interchangeable, it is important to note that there are significant differences between them. An arborist’s report is the standard for official trees report documents. This report can be used for all official processes, including building permits, council applications, and tree removal requests. Tree inspections are generally cheaper and involve an inspection and analysis but no report. This option is useful for anyone who doesn’t need additional documentation to inspect their trees.

Different levels of certification can lead to different levels for arborists. Although you can obtain a Certificate III (3) arboriculture to practice as an arborist, many official applications and processes will still require this certification. Arborist reports will be prepared by Certificate IV(5) arborists.

The cost for arborist reports will vary depending on the purpose and required information. Arborist reports are generally between $300 and $500 per tree. If multiple trees are being evaluated simultaneously, discounts may be available.

It is possible for different reasons to request an arborist’s report from different local authorities, cities or states. Local council permit applications, building permits or tree management plans are the most common reasons for an arborist report.

You will need a permit from council if you are looking to remove or prune private trees. Tree protection laws are a requirement for most local council jurisdictions. They must be granted permission in order to undertake any major tree works. A tree report from an arborist is required in all applications. This documentation is necessary for the council to be able to determine if the works can proceed in accordance with their tree management strategy.

The council must approve your plans before you can get a permit to build. Like a tree-removal permit, permits for construction need to be submitted with arborists reports. To ensure there is no risk to trees, qualified arborists should perform a tree evaluation on all potential development sites.

No matter if you are a local government official, a private citizen, or a resident, every tree needs to be taken care of. Arborist reports are a great tool to help you care for your tree’s health.

Arborist reports are one the most valuable tree services when analysing your property’s potential. An arborist report will help you identify any type of problem, from the tree roots to the planning overrides that may limit your ability build. You can get the most out of your property with the help of an arborist.

Important elements of Arborist Reports

Arborist reports have the advantage of revealing which planning overlays are applicable to your property as well as how they may limit activity. The following are the most pertinent overlays to arborist reports.

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Being aware of the potential hazards and risks posed by trees can make tree care easier. Arborist reports are among the most useful tree services. They identify potential risks and make clear recommendations as to how best to manage them.

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