London Evening Standard article 6th April 2016 “Japanese knotweed will plague the capital after record warm winter”
An article on Japanese knotweed was published in the Evening Standard, on the 6th April.
It featured a resi-dig out project completed by Environet last year. The owner Paul Ryb found knotweed on his newly acquired property which he recognised would hinder his plans to build an extension in the rear garden.
Having researched his options he appointed Environet to carry out the works because of the speed, expertise and quality insurance backed guarantees on offer.
The Evening Standard also produced a short video which is on their website next to the online version of the newspaper article, where our MD Nic Seal was interviewed. The video was also broadcast on TV programme London Live on 6th April 2016.
To read the full Japanese knotweed story in the London Evening Standard, please see here.
If you have found knotweed on your property, please get in touch today and we will be happy to help.