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This process is completed to prevent any issues with falling debris and is therefore normally completed in high risk areas such as over roads/footpaths, in gardens or in public locations. It involves climbing around the entire canopy of a tree to remove dead branches that will degrade and eventually fall. It may be completed to different specifications such as large pieces only.
Pollarding is a severe tree pruning technique that involves lopping off most of a tree’s branches where they meet the trunk. It is done to ensure that a tree does not grow any further than the desired height and size, usually where there is little space in its environment. After a tree has been pollarded the tree is given some time to re-grow, after which the process may be repeated.