Tracy Clarke Tree Consultancy Chartered Arboriculturist in Essex

Our team and culture

We are a hardworking business of conscientious professionals who promote best practice, and excellence in all that we do. We are helpful and offer practical solutions, we are always learning and developing our skills and investing in our business so that we can be at the forefront of what we do.

What Our Clients Say

Jane Findlay, Director of Fira:

‘We have had a long and successful association with Tracy Clarke, she has provided our practice with arboricultural advice for almost a decade. Her professional and collaborative approach is key to us gaining successful planning outcomes for sensitive and difficult projects with mature trees. She is very responsive when instructed and gives good, pragmatic, and detailed advice. We would not hesitate to recommend her’


Ralph Minott, Director of Development Calthorpe Estates:

‘We have worked with Tracy for close to a decade on developments across South Birmingham. Tracy’s expertise, style, and approach to guiding and managing this area of planning policy, and most of all the calm, uncontroversial connections made with council arboricultural officers, and working with design teams, we find unrivalled. Making trees and arboriculture a pro-development yet sustainable component and not a commercial obstacle make Tracy Clarke Tree Consultancy unique for us.’


Stuart Calder, Calder Tree Services

Can I just say thank you for doing such a good job of your tree risk survey and reports. I have lost count of the many jobs I have priced up from your surveys and they are so easy to follow and so well organised, even your tree numbering and tagging is in an easy to follow logical order’


Ian Sharratt, Leisure and Parks Development Manager – East Herts District Council

I’d like to take this opportunity to thank you for the extremely diligent and helpful work you have undertaken for us. There have been some considerable challenges which you have dealt with admirably. You have been able to develop some of our approaches and have helped us to consider new ways of approaching our services to the public and our commitment to protecting trees in a realistic and effective way.’