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Japanese Knotweed is a highly invasive and rapidly growing plant species with the potential to cause significant damage to buildings, roads, and native ecosystems. Originating from East Asia, it was introduced to the UK in the 19th century as an ornamental plant. However, it quickly spread and became a significant problem. Given its impact, many …

We’ve observed the flowering spikes and the general decline of the plant as it seeds, so we thought we would share some photographs of the event with you….

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Japanese Knotweed is a resilient and aggressive plant that has earned a notorious reputation for its ability to wreak havoc on landscapes, infrastructure, and ecosystems. But what exactly is Japanese Knotweed, and why is it such a cause for concern? Japanese Knotweed: What is it? Japanese Knotweed, scientifically known as Fallopia japonica or Reynoutria japonica, …

As many PCA members are aware, dealing with Japanese Knotweed through herbicide application can only be considered a control measure, not a complete eradication programme, as there remains the risk of new shoots emerging …

With the onset of the growing season, this invasive plant species begins its aggressive growth, posing a significant threat to properties, landscapes and native flora…

Working with organisations across multiple disciplines including construction, property management, facilities management, property developers, estate agents and local authorities we are ideally suited to help staff …

The 40-strong business is expanding its team with the appointment of Major Projects, Fire and Compliance Chief Operating Officer Neil Triggs, Fire Compliance Services Divisional Lead Michael Shone, Health & Safety Divisional Lead Naveed Mohammed, Senior Director Land Remediation Andrew Ford and the promotion of Fiona Lindsay to Operations Director…

Our client was contracted to install high-voltage cables at a site in North London, as part of an initiative to improve the rail link between London and the North of England & Scotland. However, the subject site was plagued by a substantial infestation…

Identifying Japanese Knotweed (reynoutria japonica) is crucial because it is an invasive plant species that can cause significant damage to ecosystems and structures…

Japanese Knotweed is an invasive plant species that spreads primarily through its underground structures, including rhizomes and rhizome crowns. The formation of Japanese Knotweed crowns is an essential part of its growth and reproductive strategy…

As we are in the depths of winter and with Japanese Knotweed in a state of dormancy we are frequently contacted and asked how to identify if the plant is present on a site or property at this time of year…

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