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After years of working closely with local developers & Network Rail, TCM have successfully secured a contract to undertake railway sidings work in Bury St Edmunds. Howard Downer, Managing Director comments; “We are so pleased to have been awarded such a prestigious contract from a major company. We look forward to working with all the [...]
Japanese knotweed has long since been recognised as a problem due to its invasive nature and ability to affect the structures of buildings. It has a growing reputation for being difficult to eradicate and is often misunderstood. More recently the property market has felt the effects as lenders are reluctant to lend on properties contaminated [...]
TCM were invited to survey a site recently attended by another ‘specialist’ in the industry. Our surveyor was first taken to an area of what they had been told was Giant hogweed. This is shown in the first photograph. The client was informed by our expert that the original surveyor was mistaken and that this [...]
“I’ve never been one for getting drawn into a public debate over Twitter or for writing a blog to comment on the work of a competitor. At TCM we like to keep a level of professionalism and have always felt that our reputation and quality of work speaks volumes for us. On occasions I will [...]
TCM presents seminar to Business in the Community volunteers for Manchester City Councils Debdale Park project.
Volunteers gathered at the Debdale park community centre last week for a talk by one of our experts in Invasive weed removal. The group who chose to help with clearance works on the site as part of their companies Business in the Community commitment spent the first part of their day learning about the invasive [...]
Success in Northern Ireland. Major Dig and Dump project completed.
With less than 100 days to go until the 2012 Olympics TCM take a look back at the site in Stratford.
With the Olympics fast approaching, the employees of TCM have reflected on the work involved in clearing the site of invasive weeds
Martins blog, TCM achieve safety standard for third year running
Nick Tocher appears on ITV Anglia News
TCM successfully negotiate their exit from the Company Voluntary Arrangement