About Us

Formed in 2014, Arbor Cultural Ltd passionately promotes the value of trees and offers its expertise to customers in all parts of the community.

We are adept in producing tree reports and carrying out services, such as decay detection testing, for a broad range of clients.

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Our team has over 20 years of combined experience in tree surveys, air spading and arboricultural management, as well as industry training and qualifications including LANTRA Professional Tree Inspection (PTI) training. All staff are CSCS cardholders. Arbor Cultural Ltd independently holds a wealth of industry accreditations and trade memberships.

These include:

  • Arboriculture Association Professional Member
  • Consulting Arborist Society (CAS) Member
  • Institute of Chartered Foresters (ICF) Associated Member
  • International Society of Arboriculture Certified Arborist

Our knowledge, skill and passion have led us to be last year’s runner-up at the Pro Landscaper Business Awards.

Our founder, Tom Thompson, now heads the Digital Arboriculture Practice (DAP) working group which aims to find the best ways of using digital technology to showcase the importance of trees in urban environments. From tree reports, planning and design, through to construction and ongoing use, this is especially beneficial for arboricultural impact assessments which are closely related to proposed developments.

Tree surveys and reports

Our Vision

Arbor Cultural Ltd helps customers in the Richmond, Cobham, Southampton, Guildford and Cranleigh areas, and the surrounding counties, to manage their trees in a more sustainable way. We are passionate about promoting the benefits trees can offer, such as improving health and wellbeing, giving us cleaner air, and reducing the impact of flash flooding in extreme weather.

To promote the social, economic and intrinsic value of trees, we use various systems, and our company always keeps itself up to date with the latest industry developments. We use these frequently in day-to-day tree management and tree care.

Furthermore, we have been doing some public speaking and are happy to talk to interested groups about trees, and to improve people’s individual knowledge and understanding.