Richard Bellamy, trained at the Royal Agricultural College, Cirencester and has over 30 years of practical experience in forestry, woodlands and public rights of way, with a wide range of knowledge in these aspects.

He is a general rural land manager with broad, practical experience of woodland management and amenity landscapes, including support for proposed planning applications, tree hazard assessments and preparing reports for all aspects of:

  • Woodland management (including provision & supervision of contractors)
  • Tree hazard assessment
  • Woodland Creation (including riparian works) and Carbon Code
  • England Woodland Grant Schemes
  • Sites of Special Scientific Interest management; grazing; juniper
  • Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty
  • Restoration historic landscapes
  • Rights of Way including Countryside Rights of Way Act 2000
  • Designing new woodlands

Projects undertaken include:

  • Designing new plantations from bare land
  • Felling licences & timber marketing
  • Restoration Grade 1 designated landscape following severe storm damage
  • Bio-mass planting
  • Tree hazard assessments on public highways
  • Pollarding beech
  • Amenity reports for planning applications

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Richard Bellamy MBIAC

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2010 - 2021: Richard Bellamy MBIAC
Skellgarth, 4, The Crescent, Farnborough, Hampshire, GU14 7AH - telephone: 01252 375208 email: