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The Tree Risk Zone Plan is a new operational tool that allows you to maximize the technical and economic sustainability of tree management, in a logic of safeguarding the public interest by the Tree Risk Manager. Thanks to the preventive attitude of the Tree Risk Zone Plan, in fact, all management choices can be supported by the creation of lists of operational priorities (e.g. for tree stability assessments, pruning, removal, etc.).

The drafting of the Tree Risk Zone Plan consists of the creation of a model capable of providing a simplified but representative image of the current situation of the study area on the basis of shared contents. The model is customized and calibrated case-by-case, according to the needs of the Tree Risk Manager and the intrinsic characteristics of the study area.

The consultation of the Tree Risk Zone Plan, easily accessible and interpretable, allows guiding decisions regarding tree management in a reasonable, methodologically sustainable and economically advantageous way.

Application examples:

Case 1. A city with tree census already completed. The Tree Risk Zone Plan can be suitably integrated into the management system. It also represents a new reading key of the existing databases and a tool for valorising interventions.

Case 2. A city with a partial trees census or that must realize a tree inventory. The Tree Risk Zone Plan allows you to create lists of priorities to organize the census activities over the years. It also makes it possible to optimize investments for stability assessments and arboricultural interventions.

Case 3. Private park. Even small tree populations can take advantage of the drafting of a Tree Risk Zone Plan. This is the case, for example, of publicly accessible private properties, such as historical parks, or shared gardens, as in the case of condominiums, all situations in which it is necessary to consider the arboreal heritage both from a management point of view and in terms of liability to third parties. Even on a small scale, there may be situations where it is necessary to consider the arboreal heritage from a management point of view. The Tree Risk Zone Plan becomes, for example, a useful tool for assessing risks in relation to neighbouring properties, most popular internal paths or picnic areas.