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46 BTC/106/2015 Duty of care insights from recent English civil court judgments and inquests relating to tree failures. Paper presented at the 2015 Green Urban Scape Asia Congress, Singapore (November 2015)
46 BTC/105/2015 According To Barrell... Nature’s value disregarded in drive for profit. Horticulture Week Opinion (September 2015)
46 BTC/104/2015 According To Barrell... Tree protection must be brought up to date. Horticulture Week Opinion (July 2015)
46 BTC/103/2015 According To Barrell... Trees are let down by UK planning system. Horticulture Week Opinion (June 2015)
46 BTC/102/2015 According To Barrell... Urban trees let down by policy failures. Horticulture Week Opinion (April 2015)
46 BTC/101/2015 Barrell On... Unity needed on urban and rural tree care. Horticulture Week Opinion (February 2015)
46 BTC/100/2015 Modern arboriculture: time to catch up! The AA Arb Magazine (Spring 2015)
46 BTC/99/2015 Barrell On... Trees: more trouble than they’re worth? Horticulture Week Opinion (January 2015)
46 BTC/98/2015 According To Barrell... Working together to bring trees to people. Horticulture Week Opinion (October 2014)
46 BTC/97/2015 Urban greening: turning aspirations into action. Municipal Tree Officer’s Association Newsletter (Winter 2014/15)
46 BTC/96/2014 Barrell On... why highway tree inspection regimes must be protected. Horticulture Week Opinion (August 2014)
46 BTC/95/2014 Insights for tree risk managers from 2014 civil cases and inquests. Municipal Tree Officer’s Association Newsletter (Autumn 2014)
46 BTC/94/2014 Barrell On... Vigilance needed in tree-risk management. Horticulture Week Opinion (July 2014)
46 BTC/93/2014 According To Barrell... Natural assets must have natural context. Horticulture Week Opinion (May 2014)
46 BTC/92/2014 According to Barrell... Contrasting approaches to heritage trees. Horticulture Week Opinion (April 2014)
46 BTC/91/2014 BS 8545: more of the same or something different? Municipal Tree Officer’s Association Newsletter (Summer 2014)
46 BTC/90/2014 Barrell on... Reversing council tree-planting failures. Horticulture Week Opinion (February 2014)
46 BTC/89/2014 The National Trust; responsible national institution or hidden threat to our living heritage? Municipal Tree Officer’s Association Newsletter (Spring 2014)
46 BTC/88/2014 Briefing note on the felling of The Duke of Wellington Cedar by The National Trust at Kingston Lacy House in December 2013 (January 2014)
46 BTC/87/2013 According to Barrell... Heritage trees. Horticulture Week Opinion (November 2013)
46 BTC/86/2013 Tree inspections: a simpler alternative to the present complication and confusion. The AA Arb Magazine (Autumn 2013)
46 BTC/85/2013 Barrell on... Ash: a risk management time bomb. Horticulture Week Opinion (August 2013)
46 BTC/84/2013 Tree risk management for duty holders and arborists; an alternative approach. Article 3/3 for Arboriculture Australia’s The Bark (June 2013)
46 BTC/83/2013 Barrell on... Chinese expo prepared on a bigger stage. Horticulture Week Opinion (June 2013)
46 BTC/82/2013 Trees under siege. RICS Residential Property Journal (April/May 2013)
46 BTC/81/2013 Barrell on... We must all act to support conservation. Horticulture Week Opinion (March 2013)
46 BTC/80/2013 Extreme consulting; is being an expert witness for you? Article 2/3 for Arboriculture Australia’s The Bark (March 2013)
46 BTC/79/2013 Decision-making for arborists: How to get it right and sleep tight on windy nights. Article 6/6 for ISA Arborist News (February 2013
46 BTC/78/2013 Barrell on... Will standard spark a marketing frenzy? Horticulture Week Opinion (January 2013)
46 BTC/77/2012 Arboricultural consultancy; an impossible dream or an achievable aspiration. Article 1/3 for Arboriculture Australia’s The Bark (December 2012)
46 BTC/76/2012 Barrell on... The inherent dangers of monocultures. Horticulture Week Opinion (November 2012)
46 BTC/75/2012 Tree Management within the Context of a Wider Legal Framework. Article 5/6 for ISA Arborist News (October 2012)
46 BTC/74/2012 Reversing the Trend of Urban Deforestation in the UK. Sitelines – The Journal of Landscape Architecture in British Columbia (October 2012)
46 BTC/73/2012 Barrell on … Green assets a perfect Olympics backdrop. Horticulture Week Opinion (August 2012)
46 BTC/72/2012 Court Appearances: The Arborist as Expert Witness. Article 4/6 for ISA Arborist News (August 2012)
46 BTC/71/2012 Barrell on … A tree group lesson in real consultation. Horticulture Week Opinion (15 June 2012)
46 BTC/70/2012 Extreme consulting: Is being an expert witness for you? Article 3/6 for ISA Arborist News (June 2012)
46 BTC/69/2012 NTSG: an alternative view! The AA Arb Magazine (Summer 2012)
46 BTC/68/2012 TreeAH; a new method for assessing the heritage value of trees. Paper presented at 2012 ISA Conference, Portland, by Mark Wadey
46 BTC/67/2012 Professionalism in a commercial world. Article 2/6 for ISA Arborist News (April 2012)
46 BTC/66/2012 Barrell on … Follow London lead on tree strategy. Horticulture Week Opinion (30 March 2012)
46 BTC/65/2012 Arboricultural consultancy in Britain. Article 1/5 for ISA Arborist News (February 2012)
46 BTC/64/2012 Barrell on … guides to tree risk show stark contrast. Horticulture Week Opinion (20 January 2012)
46 BTC/63/2011 Tree risk management: the duty holder’s perspective. Article 4/4 in The AA Arb Magazine (Winter 2011)
46 BTC/62/2011 Barrell on … tree risk is not always a numbers game. Horticulture Week Opinion (21 October 2011)
46 BTC/61/2011 Balancing tree benefits against tree security; the duty holder’s dilemma. Paper accepted by the Arboricultural Journal, but publication delayed until Spring 2012
46 BTC/60/2011 Safety in numbers; the 1:10,000 time bomb. Summary of a paper presented at the 2011 AA Conference in Warwick
46 BTC/59/2011 Extreme consulting; is being an expert witness for you? Article 3/4 in The AA Arb Magazine (Autumn 2011)
46 BTC/58/2011 Liability, negligence and Acts of God; the emerging position on managing tree hazards in England. Paper presented at 2011 ISA Conference, Sydney, by Jeremy Barrell
46 BTC/57/2011 Going underground; the hidden dimension beneath London’s trees. Paper presented at 2011 ISA Conference, Sydney, by Dave Cashman
46 BTC/56/2011 Barrell on … responses vital for best trees standard. Horticulture Week Opinion (5 August 2011)
46 BTC/55/2011 Professionalism in a commercial world Article 2/4 in The AA Arb Magazine (Summer 2011)
46 BTC/54/2011 Barrell on...Boris Johnson’s vision for trees. Horticulture Week Opinion (13 May 2011)
46 BTC/53/2011 Barrell on...saving forests for the nation. Horticulture Week Opinion
46 BTC/52/2011 Arboriculture; lifestyle or profession? Article in The Arb Magazine (Spring 2011)
46 BTC/51/2011 Trees and structural damage. Supplementary Information Note to accompany the BTC 2011 RICS presentation series
46 BTC/50/2010 Barrell on …reforming urban tree management. Horticulture Week Opinion (12 November 2010)
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Barrell on … a positive way to make a difference. Horticulture Week Opinion (17 September 2010)

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The protection of trees. RICS Land Journal (September–October 2010)

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Responsibility for risk. RICS Residential Property Journal (July–August 2010)

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Consultation comments on the NTSG draft Bringing common sense to tree management

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Jeremy Barrell explains how profit still trumps sustainability in the US.  ICF News

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Barrell on ... a better standard for tree survival.  Horticulture Week Opinion

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Preparing for climate change;  integrating trees into community adaptation strategies.  Supplementary Information Note to accompany the BTC 2010 RICS presentation series

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The emerging duty of care in England relating to trees;  a practitioner’s perspective.  Supplementary Information Note to accompany the BTC 2010 RICS presentation series

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Barrell on ... turning car parks green.  Horticulture Week Opinion

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Life on the bright side of climate change.  Article for TCIA magazine based on a paper presented at the 2010 Ohio ISA Chapter Conference, USA

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Barrell on ... strong leadership and need to talk.  Horticulture Week Opinion

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Barrell on ... being shown up by the US.  Horticulture Week Opinion

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Climate adaptation;  the future for Arboriculture?  Paper presented at 2009 AA Conference, Exeter

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Barrell on ... the need for a tree framework.  Horticulture Week Opinion

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Barrell on ... local lessons for Parliament.  Horticulture Week Opinion

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DR AS 4970:  Lessons from the UK experience.  Paper presented at 2009 ISAAC Conference, Newcastle, NSW

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Extreme consulting;  what it takes to be a successful tree expert witness.  Paper presented at 2009 ISAAC Conference, Newcastle, NSW

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Barrell on  ... bringing the trees to the people.   Horticulture Week Opinion

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To fell or not to fell;  that is The tree management question!  Article for ISA News – based on a paper presented at ISA International Conference, St Louis, 2008

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Barrell on ... standards for arboriculture.  Horticulture Week Opinion

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The UK urban canopy initiative:  what is it, why is it important and what we can all do to make a difference?  Paper for the TEP XI Seminar Trees:  the key to climate proofing our cities

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Professionalism;  traditional values in a modern world.  Article in ICF News

27 BTC/27/2008 Climate change and trees Article in the AA Newsletter, Issue 141
26 BTC/26/2008 Urban deforestation; it’s here and it’s going to hurt! Paper presented at Sheffield Hallam University Conference Flooding and Water Management in the Landscape
25 BTC/25/2006 Traditional urban tree planting strategies: time for change? Article for essentialARB Issue 17
24 BTC/24/2006 The evolution of SULE to TreeAZ. Article for ISAAC Newsletter
23 BTC/23/2006 Axeman to Expert Witness; is it possible? Article for Australian ArborAge
22 BTC/22/2006 Forestry and Arboriculture – allegiance or alliance? Article in ICF News
21 BTC/21/2006 BS 5837 (2005): Six months on – success or failure? Article in AA Newsletter Issue 132
20 BTC/20/2005 TreeAZ: An international framework for tree assessment. Paper presented at ISA International Conference, Montreal (Unpublished)
19 BTC/19/2005 A vision for Arboriculture. Article in essentialARB Issue 15
18 BTC/18/2004 The British Sub-Standard 5837; where did it all go wrong? Article in essentialARB Issue 13
17 BTC/17/2004 Fastigiate trees; fools gold or a winning strategy? Article in essentialARB Issue 13
16 BTC/16/2004 Trees and light; Arboriculture emerging from the shadows! Article in essentialARB Issue 12
15 BTC/15/2004 Pumping Arboriculture. Article in essentialARB Issue 11
14 BTC/14/2004 Keeping trees on development sites; is it possible? Article in essentialARB Issue 11
13 BTC/13/2003 TreeAZ: An international framework for tree assessment. Article in essentialARB Issue 10
12 BTC/12/2003 Planning ahead. Article in essentialARB Issue 9
11 BTC/11/2003 Tree assessment on development sites: The future of the Profession in the balance. Article in essentialARB Issue 8
10 BTC/10/2002 Axeman to expert witness - is it possible? Article in essentialARB Issue 6
9 BTC/9/2002 Taking the Profession forward. Article in essentialARB Issue 5
8 BTC/8/2001 SULE: Its use and status into the New Millennium. Paper presented to the NAAA Conference in Sydney in April 2001
7 BTC/7/2000 Streamlining tree related subsidence claims management: the tree perspective. Article in The Loss Adjuster
6 BTC/6/2000 Quality Control in Report Writing and its Implications for the Arboricultural Profession. (Unpublished)
5 BTC/5/1998 Increase profits; take trees seriously. Article in Construction South magazine
4 BTC/4/1996 Pre-development tree assessment. Paper presented at the International Conference on Trees & Building Sites in Chicago
3 BTC/3/1995 The Methodology employed to assess the condition of three trees within the grounds of the Palace of Versailles. Presented jointly by Dr David Lonsdale, John Dolwin and Jeremy Barrell and published in the Proceedings of the second European ISA Conference in Versailles, France. International Society of Arboriculture, Champaign, IL.
2 BTC/2/1993 Pre-planning Tree Surveys: SULE is the Natural Progression. Arboricultural Journal 17, 33–46
1 BTC/1/1982–1993 Compendium of published articles and letters (1982–1993)

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