About us

You Explain. We Listen. Together We Deliver.

We work with a wide range of clients, from private house owners, landowners, small and large scale developers, schools, hospitals, local authorities and national agencies.

Founded in 2010, Tree Frontiers is dedicated to making a difference. We promise to listen to our clients, ensure we understand their needs and then deliver projects to meet those expectations.

We specialise in all aspects of tree management advice and through our extensive network of contacts throughout the environmental sector we can help you with all your project needs from a single point of contact.

Our network of contacts means we can offer services in ecology, forestry, hydrology, heritage, landscape, and soils management. We are also able to offer drone surveying services to help capture high resolution imagery and to assist in developing 3D models of your site.

Nick Bolton – Director

Nick Bolton BA Hons, BSc Hons, MArborA, MICFor, PGC BA

Nick is an experienced arboriculturist who has worked with a wide variety of clients in the public and private domains.  He primary areas of expertise are in managing trees on development sites and tree risk assessment,  but is able to provide advice on all aspects of tree management.  He is a professional member of the Arboricultural Association and a Chartered Arboriculturist with the Institute of Chartered Foresters. Nick is qualified in the use of the International Society of Arboriculture’s Tree Risk Assessment methodology. In addition to the technical skills, he has a Post Graduate Certificate in Business Administration from the University of Liverpool and is a graduate of Myerscough College where he studied Arboriculture and was awarded a first class honours award.

Steve Westmore – Arboricultural Consultant

Steve Westmore BSc Hons, MSc Arb  MArborA, MICFor

Steve is an experienced arboricultural consultant, combining academic knowledge obtained through a Master’s degree in Urban Forestry, with practical experience through project delivery in the real world.  He is a professional member of the Arboricultural Association and a Chartered Arboriculturist with the Institute of Chartered Foresters, and holds a professional qualification in tree risk management through the ISA Tree Risk Assessment methodology.   Steve is also an accredited LANTRA trainer in Basic Tree Inspection courses.