Japanese knotweed and invasive weed removal for the construction industry
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Helping our customers to meet their legal responsibilities and development deadlines with the most cost effective solution is central to how we measure the success of a project.
Our understanding of all the issues about working on development sites is underpinned by our commitment to health & safety, quality and the environment and this is monitored for continuous improvement through the accreditations that we hold. Our clients can have confidence in the work that we undertake and are freed to concentrate on other aspects of the site’s development.
Invasive weed management and ecology works can be undertaken during any stage of a project and we recommend that sites are surveyed at the earliest opportunity to help the developer understand both the cost and time line implications of the variety of solutions we can offer.
Our experience on all types of site is proven and can be illustrated by our involvement in high profile projects such as the Olympic Park site, the 8ha development site at Dolcoath, Cornwall down to dealing with small areas of infestation on individual building plots.