A residential developer was renovating and converting a terraced 3 storey residential property in South London into 4/5 flats. Japanese knotweed was growing against the property walls and covered approximately a third of the garden.
As the developer was looking to extend the property and landscape the rear garden he required the plant to be extracted to allow the building works to commence. Environet suggested their Resi-Dig-Out™ method which meant the front door had to be removed including some internal supporting walls, which had to then be supported with scaffolding in order to get the digger through to the rear garden.
Following completion of the 5-day project, the developer was presented with a guarantee which allowed him to sell the flats.