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As the Director of the UK’s leading arboricultural and ecology consultancy, Robert Oates of Arbtech promises a competitive, fast and cost effective service with the start of the new year.
Chester, United Kingdom (PRWEB) January 02, 2013
As the Director of the UK’s leading arboricultural and ecology consultancy, Robert Oates of Arbtech promises a competitive, fast and cost effective service which offers homeowners and developers around the UK efficient tree, bat and ecology surveys. With the start of the new year comes a brand new offer from Arbtech, now offering its bat surveys for just £329.
It is now required by law that homeowners and developers must submit certain surveys with their planning permission application in order to ensure that any habitats or endangered species are being considered.
For many homeowners and developers, submitting planning applications can be a stressful time which is why the team at Arbtech work hard to ensure that their clients receive the most professional of services whilst providing support along the way.
Currently, Arbtech is offering all their clients a special offer on bat surveys. Each of which is now available for just £329. The team are based around the country which gives the team maximum coverage at a minimum cost. Ultimately, this translates into a cheaper and better service for the client.
The initial assessment is priced low and includes no hidden costs. The service is fast with all surveys in the initial assessment completed within two to five days. No matter where a homeowner or developer is based, the price will stay the same and that is a promise.
Those who wish to find out more about the surveys carried out or about the team at Arbtech can visit the site for more information. Alternatively, pick up the phone and call 0800 072 5596 to speak to a specialist.
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