Last autumn we got to spend a day in this overgrown copse thinning out several of the older, failing trees to allow in more light for the remaining woodland understorey. Several of the birch were reaching the end of their short life span so they were slowly dismantled to avoid any damage to the remaining trees. One oak was growing over an access road adjacent to the property and was planted, or probably more accurately self seeded, too close to several other oaks. At the customers request it was removed, and we were able to fell it with some accurate cutting by the very experienced Rod. The client wanted all of the waste to remain to help enrich the area and maintain the biodiversity. So with just a bit of chipping to create some natural paths our job was complete.