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Japanese knotweed Rotherham

Knotweed Removal in Rotherham

Posted by Admin - Jul 2016

When knotweed was identified on a site proposed for a new medical centre (providing local residents in Rotherham with updated facilities) Japanese knotweed Ltd were called in to remove the problem. Having surveyed the site we recorded multiple mature stands of Japanese knotweed both on site and off-site.

Britain's Horror Homes, Channel 5

Britain’s Horror Homes, Channel 5

Posted by Admin - Jul 2016

On TV Channel 5 starting at 8pm on the 22nd March 2016 a programme called Britain’s Horror Homes will be aired where the damaging affects of Japanese knotweed will be revealed.

Japanese knotweed removal Norwich

Knotweed Commercial Removal in Norwich

Posted by Admin - Jul 2016

When Japanese knotweed was spotted on a residential development in Norwich, Norfolk, Japanese Knotweed Ltd was called in to remove the problem. The client required the site to be ready for development without the risk (presence of) Japanese knotweed, which was located to the front corner of the property.

Japanese knotweed Grantham

National Trust Project in Grantham

Posted by Admin - Jul 2016

Japanese Knotweed Ltd are happy to be working for The National Trust to treat Giant knotweed on land in Grantham, Lincolnshire. The Giant knotweed is infesting a 1200m2 area constrained by woodland and water. The 5 year Knotweed Management Plan (KMP) will see effective control with the use of herbicide achieved within 3 years, with a further 2 years of monitoring for any re-growth.

Japanese knotweed ASBO

Anti-Social Behaviour Powers and Knotweed

Posted by Admin - Jul 2016

The UK Government Home Office has released an advisory notice stating that the new ‘Anti-social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014’, can be used to serve notices which require an individual or company to take action to control Japanese knotweed, meaning you could receive an ASBO for failing to control the spread of Japanese knotweed. Citing the notice we provide further detail below: