Tree Scene Arboriculture

  • More than 10 years experience in the industry and local area
  • Works with the Customer, the Tree and the Environment for best results
High-Quality Customer Focused Tree Care in Basingstoke, Fleet, Hook, Oakley, Reading and Surrounding Areas


Tree Scene Arboriculture is an independent tree surgery company, that specialises in high quality care for trees and shrubs. An owner managed business that has been undertaking tree work in Basingstoke, Fleet, Hook, Oakley, Reading and the surrounding areas for over a decade.

At Tree Scene Arboriculture we pride ourselves on providing excellent service to our customers and working with them to meet their needs and that of the local environment.  We establish these requirements by visiting the site to discuss the work requested and options available before providing a free, detailed quotation.

With a wealth of experience, both practical and theoretical (qualified with AA Tech Cert and NCH Arb), we are able to suggest alternatives which may provide a better long term solution for the space and those using it.

To ensure that we keep up to date with Industry best practice we are members of the Arboricultural Association (AA).

What we offer

  • Tree Services - Removal
  • Tree Services - Reductions
  • Tree Services - Pollarding
  • Tree Services - In Tree Deadwood Removal
  • Tree Services - Planting
  • Tree Services - Stump Removal
  • Arboricultural Consultancy - Tree Preservation Orders
  • Arboricultural Consultancy - Conservation Areas
  • Arboricultural Consultancy - Tree Surveys
  • Wood Sales - Air Dried Logs
  • Wood Sales - Woodchips / Mulch
  • Wood Sales - Milled Timber
  • Wood Sales - Structural Timber for Art
  • Mobile Milling



  • Arboricultural Association (AA)


  • AA Tech Cert
  • NCH Arb

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RG27 9BL

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Monday - Saturday
8am - 5pm

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The answer is yes, and the best two methods for achieving this are crown raising and crown thinning.

Crown raising - People often think reducing the height of a tree will bring more sunlight into a garden but this is not the case, as the sun has to be very high (peak of summer) to still get over the height of a tree. By raising the lower branches and canopy of the tree, more natural light comes in underneath the canopy and often gives the best results for allowing more light into an area.

Crown thinning - This involves removing a small percentage of the canopy. Although this method is not currently considered as best practice in the industry, it is still an effective way to allow more natural light through a tree’s crown. It takes skill and experience to perform this method well. Removing too many branches can have a detrimental effect on the tree’s health.

Providing the tree is not protected by a tree preservation order or is within a conservation area then yes, you can do this legally if the branches are causing a nuisance. By rights, you should offer the arisings back to the neighbour as it is in their ownership. It becomes problematic if you must access the tree, e.g. by climbing, as this is then considered trespassing.

In our experience, it is always best to consult the neighbour first, or if you don’t get on, allow a third-party, e.g. a tree surgeon, to approach them on your behalf. This often results in the required outcome as a professional approach can reassure a neighbour that the work will be done correctly and therefore make them more forthcoming.

Depending on species, it is often best to let wood go through at least one summer of drying time, and two summers’ drying will make for better firewood. Firewood will season quicker if cut or split, as this opens the interior of the wood that will hold moisture and allows air around the whole section, speeding up the drying process.