Japanese Knotweed Removal in Victoria Docks and North Woolwich, E16
Japanese Knotweed removal and advice by Local Chartered Surveyors and PCA members covering Victoria Docks and North Woolwich, E16 and the surrounding areas.
Interesting fact about Victoria Docks and North Woolwich… Royal Victoria docks were opened in 1855 on a previously uninhabited area of the Plaistow Marshes, it was the first of the Royal Docks and the first London dock to be designed specifically to accommodate large steam ships. It was initially known as “Victoria Dock”; the prefix “Royal” was granted in 1880. The place-name North Woolwich was taken from the now closed railway station which opened in 1847; before that, the area was referred to by terms such as “Woolwich in Essex”, “Kent in Essex” and “detached Woolwich
As the only Japanese Knotweed removal company and consultancy in the UK regulated by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) and to hold full Property Care Association (PCA) accreditation, CYB Environmental are the most trusted company in the treatment and removal of the non-native Japanese Knotweed.
Japanese knotweed (Fallopia japonica) and its hybrids are a non-native, invasive species of plant. Since it was introduced into the UK as an ornamental garden plant in the mid-nineteenth century, it has spread across the UK, particularly along watercourses, transport routes and infested waste areas and of course private gardens.
As well as an herbicidal treatment programme and a site specific management plan, we offer an insurance backed guarantee that gives piece of mind should it ever return.
With our head office located in Deptford, London and satellite offices in Bristol and Cardiff, we are perfectly located to serve Victoria Docks and North Woolwich, E16 and the surrounding London areas.