taking care of your environment

Complete Habitat Management

With 30 years experience, we provide services throughout Cornwall and Devon to maintain, manage and care for the outdoors, whilst enhancing biodiversity. Whether it's your trees, an entire woodland, your garden or wild spaces, our work will ensure a healthy, manageable and visually inspiring natural environment to be enjoyed by you and future generations.

We are fully insured to take on all major tree surgery with public liability of up to £5,000,000

We'd love to tell you about our own 4.5 acre woodland wildlife project in the heart of Cornwall or find out more about our management plans and diary of progress here at happyhabitats.co.uk/news

What We Do......

.......... and would love to do for you.
Tree Surgery

Tree Surgery

Fully qualified and insured to undertake all types of tree work. Whether, coppicing, pruning or felling a tree or managing its health, we aim to ensure its carried out sympathetically to the surrounding environment and to benefit biodiversity in your area

Woodland Management

Woodland Management

Woodland management to increase biodiversity and increase the population of native species. Including producing habitat management plans, woodland thinning and pruning for closed canopy woodlands whilst regenerating ground and shrub level habitats. Vegetation management e.g. clearance of rhododendron, invasive non-native weeds (Knotweed and Himalayan Balsam).



Qualified to undertake QTRA tree risk assessment. Condition surveys. BS5837 development surveys. Tree preservation orders. Safety of people and property. Veteran trees. Woodland management plans for wildlife. Grant funding

Grounds Management

Grounds Management

We produce habitat management plans, vegetation management (e.g. scrub clearance, grass cutting, invasive weed management (Knotweed and Himalayan Balsam), pond and pond weed management. Hard and soft landscaping, Pre-sales improvements, getting your property and gardens fit for sale including exterior design.

WIldlife Gardens

WIldlife Gardens

Wildlife habitat development of ponds & water gardens, planting of wild flower gardens, wild hedgerow and bee/butterfly gardens. We supply and fit bird, owl, bee, bug and bat boxes.



Soft landscaping: Herbaceous borders, lawns, turfing, seeding. Hard landscaping: Patios, decking, fencing, stone walls, dry stone walls, retaining stone walls


Passionate and knowledgeable, experts in our field.



Nigel and Angie found each other in 2016 and it was all about trees from the beginning. Its why they grow stronger together. With Angie’s love of the Carpathian forests, expertise in “leave no trace” experiences and her ideals in coexisting with nature, meeting Nigel with 30 years’ experience in forestry & arboriculture and a degree in environmental sciences is where their journey began.

The revelation came after being so fraught by the natural world being constantly degraded by human activities such as deforestation and development, understanding that neglecting to manage the environment can be just as harmful to the most diverse and species populated habitat.

Without our management many habitats will eventually disappear. Grasslands scrub over and eventually become overcrowded woodland, so the most diverse of habitats are not this final stage. The most species diverse are ‘successional’ habitat and therefore, without disturbance of coppicing and thinning for example, they will eventually disappear and become full canopy deciduous woodland. Without management a closed canopy can leave the ground flora bare without layers and light, or be taken over by invasive plants like Rhododendron ponticum for example.

An intermediate amount of disturbance is key to the most naturally populated habitat. We will always encourage management than clearance and any clearance will be sympathetic to the surrounding environment. We believe your enjoyment of the outdoors greatly relies upon the biodiversity. You are our client, wildlife our companions. Our guardianship is key. .

Personal Info

  •  01579 342 972 / 07795 314 814
  •   5 Chapel Row, Tremar Coombe, Liskeard, Cornwall PL14 5EY
  •   info@happyhabitats.co.uk.
Trees Planted
Habitats Saved
Wildlife Homes Installed
Happy Customers
Happy Habitats managed our 4 acre grounds for the entire year we spent abroad. Our home was a holiday let for this time and they kept everything tip top but ensured our wildlife’s habitat was maintained around the river banks and woodland. A large tree blew over in a storm and they were there to manage the situation. They sent photos, updated us with progress and even sent us images of wildlife sightings by installing a trail camera. On my return, I greatly appreciated all their advice for future management of my gardens. While maintaining a formal area, I wanted to encourage wildlife to the woodland, meadow and pond areas. I highly recommend, a trustworthy knowledgeable company who go out of their way to please.
Ms J Salisbury-Williams

Ms J Salisbury-Williams

Millpool Grange
Mr and Mrs Chanter

Mr and Mrs Chanter


Pop us a question here and we will get back to you in a jiffy. Alternatively give us a call on 01579342972 or 07795314814 or email: info@happyhabitats.co.uk


Arb Association Training

Happy Habitats attended The Arb Association Cornwall Branch Autumn seminars earlier this week with an impressive turnout from people involved in the arboriculture and forestry industry across the region. Nigel here at Happy Habitats is a proud member of the Arboriculture Association, a must have resource in our industry. “The leading voice in all matters […]

Cornwall Wildlife Trust Discovery Day

The Cornwall Wildlife Trust Discovery Day at The Eden Project was filled with great topics, speakers and a diverse mix of content. Our highlights of this well thought out day of events focusing on Living with Nature:- George Eustice presented the facts of The agricultural bill offering a new and welcome political path for agriculture. It […]

Choosing a woodland for Wildlife

  Choosing a woodland that suits ones needs isn’t easy, we must have seen about 18 throughout Cornwall and Devon to launch our own Woodland Wildlife Project. We chose a native stretch of woodland situated in the heart of Cornwall that was also categorized as ancient and had all the obvious signs of it to. […]