New root assessment and excavation tool

Barton Hyett now offer a soil excavation service using an Arb-Ex. The Arb-Ex is a unique tool which can be used to work around tree root systems without causing damage. The aim of the Arb-Ex is to allow for easy, non-aggressive and effective soil excavation. The tool...

New Website

Barton Hyett launch a new website. The new look website has arrived and it provides details of the company, who we are and what we do.  If you can’t find the information you are looking for or if you have any feedback on the new site then please email us at...

Trees and Design Action Group prepare new guidance

Barton Hyett sit on steering group for a new ‘Trees, planning and development’ best practice guidance document. The new TDAG guide is in the early stages of development and as part of this process a steering group has been established. Richard sots on the steering...

Barton Hyett appoints a new member to the team

Barton Hyett welcomes Matthew Reid as a new addition to the team.  Matthew is a Chartered Arboriculturist with many years of Local Authority and private consultancy experience. Matthew is well respected amongst tree officers and clients alike. Matthew takes up his...

Barton Hyett awarded University of Birmingham contract

Barton Hyett have been successfully appointed by the University of Birmingham to deliver a tree hazard survey across three campuses in Edgbaston, Selly Oak and The Shakespeare Institute. The survey requires the assessment of nearly 6000 trees across the three...

Barton Tree Consultancy to Barton Hyett Associates

Barton Tree consultancy continues to grow.  With the appointment of a new Director, Richard Hyett, also comes a change of name. As of February this year Barton Tree Consultancy will be formally known as  Barton Hyett Associates.

New Director Appointed

The company has appointed a new director. Richard Hyett is Chartered Arboriculturist and joins the company from a large multidisciplinary planning and environmental consultancy where he headed up the Arboricultural team.

Assessing urban forest cover in the UK using i-Tree

The benefits of urban trees are well known; as well as their intrinsic aesthetic beauty which shapes the landscapes of our towns and cities, trees also provide a multitude of environmental services.  These include slowing rainwater runoff, providing cooling shade in...

Barton Tree Consultancy director receives award

We are delighted to announce that Paul Barton was recently awarded the 2013 Lockhart Garratt Masters award following successful completion of the MSc in Arboriculture and Urban Forestry at Myerscough College.  The award is given each year to the top student completing...