Japanese Knotweed Removal in City, Barbican and Aldgate, EC2
Japanese Knotweed removal and advice by Local Chartered Surveyors and PCA members covering The City, Barbican and Aldgate, EC2 and the surrounding areas.
Interesting fact about Aldgate… Aldgate Pump is a historic Grade II listed water pump in London, located at the junction where Aldgate meets Fenchurch Street and Leadenhall Street. The pump marks the start of the A11 road towards Norwich and distances to locations in Middlesex, Essex and beyond were measured from here. This contributed to the pump’s status as the symbolic start of the East End of London.In 1708, Christopher Wren’s masterpiece, St Paul’s Cathedral, was completed on his birthday, considered to be one of the finest cathedrals in Britain. It replaced the original St Paul’s, which had been completely destroyed in the Great Fire of London. The first service had been held on 2 December 1697, more than 10 years earlier.
Japanese knotweed (Fallopia japonica) is a non-native, harmful species of plant. Since it was introduced into the UK as a pretty garden plant in the mid-nineteenth century, it has spread across the UK, especially along watercourses, transport routes and waste areas.
CYB Environmentalis the only Japanese Knotweed removal company to be regulated by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) and to hold full Property Care Association (PCA) approval (from an organization). Something that we are very proud of.
Along with an herbicidal treatment programme and a site specific management plan, we offer an insurance backed guarantee.
Our head office is centrally located in Deptford, London providing the perfection location to serve The City, Barbican and Aldgate, EC2 and surrounding areas in London.