Removal of Japanese Knotweed in Shepshed
Do you have Japanese Knotweed? Do you require removal of Japanese knotweed in Shepshed? If Japanese Knotweed is present on your land and spreading, you must eradicate it immediately!
Although it is not illegal to have Japanese Knotweed growing on your, it is important that you remove it if you become aware of it. You think it is a beautiful ornamental plant, with lovely white flowers in late spring, which it is. However, knotweed is very invasive and can spread rapidly. It can grow up to 3 metres in one growing season, therefore, it can take over your garden. Knotweed can also cause damage to your property as its roots have the strength to break through concrete!
Not only can it take over your garden, but it can spread to your neighbour’s land quickly. When it does, this becomes a problem, as it is illegal to allow it to spread onto another’s land.
This is where we can help with the removal of Japanese Knotweed in Shepshed. Our PCA qualified surveyor can carry out a survey of your land and assess the damage that Japanese Knotweed has caused. A plan of action can then be implemented through a management plan, which will detail the treatment for eradicating the knotweed.
If you have Japanese Knotweed on your land, we recommend you call in the experts immediately. This ensures that the knotweed can be treatment and stopped from spreading onto your neighbour’s land. This means that you won’t have to go through a long legal case with your neighbour for allowing it to spread onto their land.
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