Educating the nation on the truth about Japanese knotweed.
There has definitely been a real shift in both awareness and knowledge of Japanese Knotweed - ‘The Plant that Ate Britain’, the UK’s most troublesome and invasive plant, over the last few years. However, we still find people pouring salt down canes and developers spreading it all over their sites, multiplying the damage and costs. So, we decided it’s high time we took the message to the people, as part of our plan to educate the nation. We’re beginning with roadshow seminars in the South-West as follows:-
What every property professional ought to know about Japanese knotweed
Environet UK invites you to one of our forthcoming free local knotweed seminars designed to quickly give you the information you need to avoid the pitfalls associated with Japanese knotweed on both commercial and residential property.
Who should attend and why?
Surveyors - Estate Agents - Conveyancing Solicitors - Developers – Architects – Quantity Surveyors
Main Contractors - Land Owners - Consultants - Project Managers
Japanese knotweed continues to create serious problems for anyone involved in the ownership and development of land affected by Japanese knotweed. If you haven't seen Environet on BBC Breakfast or in the Sunday Times now's your chance to get up to speed on all the developments, changes to the law, and how to solve the typical problems that arise when selling/buying, when developing, or facing legal action.
These seminars are free to attend but places are limited and allocated strictly on a first come,
first served basis.
Choose your time and location:
8.30 - 10.00 am Tuesday 10th March 2015
3.00 - 4.30 pm Tuesday 10th March 2015
8.30 - 10.00 am Wednesday 11th March 2015
3.00 - 4.30 pm Wednesday 11th March 2015
To Apply For a Place
Please email Emily Grant – Environet Regional Manager SW at firstname.lastname@example.org or call on 01932 584937 today with any queries.
(Strictly no admittance without a confirmed invitation).
The content will include the latest for knotweed removal, the solutions for selling property with knotweed and a chance to meet the team, including our Regional Manager for the South West, Emily Grant.
If you’re not based in the West Country, fear not, the plan is to bring these to every region across the UK. Meanwhile if you have a legal problem with knotweed, or a site that needs looking at do not delay. Japanese knotweed thrives on procrastination. Contact us today for top quality, professional advice.