So far this month Environet has been featured in more media than ever!
Take a look below at some of our recent press mentions.
The Times, Bricks and Mortar section.
Here, Nic Seal, Managing Director of Environet, is a main contributor to the article “Coping with knotweed”. In the piece journalist David Byers looks at the introduction and history of Japanese knotweed. He then moves on to discuss the problems and issues associated with having knotweed present on your property, along with the treatment and removal options available.
The article also includes a case study of one of our clients, Brenda Dunn.
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Coverage of our research undertaken with YouGov.
Our recent YouGov research that was undertaken to explore the general public’s attitude towards Japanese knotweed has been very well received in the national media.
Several national industry websites have run main articles all leading with our research; a selection of those can be found below.
- propertyreporter.co.uk ran a feature article “8 in 10 put off from buying a property over Japanese Knotweed fears” leading with our research headline.
- insideconveyancing.co.uk also ran an article on our research read more.
- LandlordNews.co.uk went with the article “Awareness and concern over Japanese Knotweed growing”
- The National Association for Estate Agents (naea) uses our research to explain how the presence of Japanese knotweed on a property should be handled during the selling process “Know your knotweed from your regular weeds”
- Property Industry Eye published the article “Three-quarters of home buyers scared off by Japanese knotweed”
And whilst it is great to be receiving national coverage, we are also pleased to achieve local coverage to allow us to continue educating those affected by Japanese knotweed in their region.
A selection of our featured articles from the regional press can be found here:
- The Plymouth Herald “Plymouth is a hotspot for aggressive plant which devalues your home”
- Somerset Live “UK's most destructive plant Japanese knotweed spotted in Wells - is it a danger to historic buildings and gardens?”
Finally AOL (the web portal and online service provider) ran an article under the money section of their website entitled “Seven things that can make a house unmortgageable"
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