Author: johnm

A bird’s eye view of how we tackle Japanese Knotweed

Because our CSJK qualified surveyors also have the ability to carry out drone surveys (where access to neighbouring infestations...

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What RICS’ new Japanese Knotweed guidance means for vendors – and buyers – of residential properties

Surveyors (RICS) have just issued new guidance notes which will come into effect on the 23rd March of this...

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We’re hiring! Japanese Knotweed Technician wanted by Inspectas Land Remediation

Inspectas Land Remediation are one of the UK's leading specialists in the management and control of Japanese Knotweed and...

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Now is the optimum time to apply Japanese Knotweed herbicides

As we come to the end of the 2021 growing season there is still time to apply an effective...

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What is an Insurance Backed Guarantee (IBG) and why do you need one?

As a member of the Property Care Association (PCA) Inspectas can provide separately underwritten Insurance Backed Guarantee’s (IBG) that...

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Concerned about invasive weeds on your land?  Time is of the essence!

As we approach August, we start to see Japanese Knotweed begin to flower and it’s at this point that...

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The Japanese Knotweed growing season in full swing – what do you need to know?

One particular infestation just north of London caught our eye this week with canes already reaching over 2m in...

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Explainer: what a Japanese Knotweed Management Plan is – and why you need one

The Japanese Knotweed Management (KMP) plan is an essential document when it comes to dealing with Japanese Knotweed -...

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Case Study: Swift removal of Japanese Knotweed on a residential development site

Another job done. Another development progressed. Another happy client.  Need us to do the same for you?  Get in...

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How Japanese Knotweed can prevent a house sale – and expert advice on what to do

The perils of Japanese Knotweed and how it can be one of the most unwelcome ways a house sale...

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Housing association pays homeowner £32.5k after Japanese Knotweed invades garden

A valuer from the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors said the invasion had knocked £20,000 from the value of...

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Why you shouldn’t – ever – tackle Japanese Knotweed yourself

It's vital to remember that Japanese Knotweed is classed as a Controlled Waste, so it must be disposed of...

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