River Thames Knotweed Problem

River Thames Knotweed Problem

Japanese knotweed River Thames

Japanese Knotweed Ltd recently received instructions from a client to visit a site beside the River Thames. Our surveyor arrived at the site and found Japanese Knotweed growing along the top of a retaining wall, which was supporting the property along the bank of the river. The knotweed was also growing from lower down the wall, between the gaps in the masonry and the only access to the lower knotweed was from the river.

The customer’s plans included demolishing the wall, and building a new supporting structure, as part of their new development at the top of the bank. They planned to do this using machinery placed in a barge on the river. Japanese Knotweed Ltd worked with the client to devise a Knotweed Management plan and method of works to ensure that the knotweed contaminated spoil could be taken from the sides of the wall via barge boat to a location where it could be collected by lorry for disposal to an approved landfill site

Japanese Knotweed Ltd have the experience to cope with more complex knotweed remediation situations like this, and we have the operational staff and ability to cope with extra challenges encountered on the many and varied sites that we come across.

About Japanese Knotweed Ltd

Japanese Knotweed Ltd is a leading Japanese knotweed removal company in the UK with a proven track record in working successfully for local authorities, developers, construction companies and private landowners.

Our highly knowledgeable and skilled staff provide a comprehensive service and are committed to providing the highest level of customer care.

We provide Surveys and Knotweed Management Plans, including for long term chemical treatment, guarantees and immediate excavation options. Our remedial methods are tailored to each site and provide sensible and efficient eradication solutions to meet all requirements.

If you suspect you have a Japanese knotweed problem, call us on 0333 2414 213 or email us at info@knotweed.co.uk. The sooner it’s treated, the easier it is to control and eradicate.

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