June 24, 2022
Here at Aworth Survey Consultants, we work with a number of natural burial woodland organisations including The Arbory Trust when it created Barton Glebe, near Ely in Cambridgeshire, which provides tranquil, peaceful new woodland using species indigenous to the area.
Our work involved providing topographical surveys and CAD layout designs of this countryside site. Memorial sites like this one are helping to preserve the local area and encourage native wildlife to flourish through the planting of trees and wildflowers.
We assist several organisations in the surveying, recording and planning these new managed woodlands, and in turn help to preserve and sustain the environment for the future, whilst providing a legacy that future generations can enjoy forever.
Aworth also provide a range of surveying services for more traditional memorial settings including cemeteries and churchyards, where we assist churches and councils with the topographical recording of site layouts, facilities, boundaries and trees for expansion, conservation, management, planning and amenity records of these sites.
Our surveys are carefully coordinated and undertaken with upmost respect and dignity to these sensitive surroundings and their visitors.