Meet The Team

 

Nick

Hi, I’m Nick. I set up Urban Arborist in 2001 after gaining a Diploma in Arboriculture and Urban Forestry at Askham Bryan College near York. I have worked within the industry since 1994. Tree surgery was the perfect job for me, with a lifelong love of trees, nature and outdoor pursuits. I love meeting new people from all walks of life. The practical, physical part of the job is just as rewarding as the technically challenging aspect of carrying out tree work.

 

 


Paul

Paul, my younger brother, has been with the company since day one, he is a highly skilled arborist and team leader with a wealth of knowledge and experience.
He keeps the lads motivated, hard at work, maintaining high standards of workmanship and most of all safety.

 

 


Richard

Richard who started his training with another company subsequently transferred to Urban Arborist and has now undergone all the relevant training courses to become a fully fledged tree surgeon.  Richard is a complete natural at climbing trees, one of his favourite pass times is also rock climbing.

 

 

 


 

Mathew

Mathew studied Urban Forestry at Newton Rigg College in Penrith and carried out his work experience with Urban Arborist. After completing his NVQ level 3 in Arboriculture and Urban Forestry, he had a job ready waiting with us. Mathew is a very polite, helpful, member of are team and makes a great assistant Arborist.

 

 

 


 

Vena

Vena, my wife, has taken on the role of company secretary. Bringing us into the 21st century, Vena has created a brand new time saving system to process our busy schedule. With her extensive knowledge in admin and her excellent customer service skills I have no doubt you will receive a pleasant and professional experience from start to finish.

 

 

 

 

You can be assured that our highly trained and qualified team will provide a quality, professional job every time.

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