Japanese Knotweed Removal in Marylebone, Mayfair and Soho, W1
Japanese Knotweed removal and advice by Local Chartered Surveyors and PCA members covering Marylebone, Mayfair and Soho, W1 and the surrounding areas.
Interesting fact about Marylebone, Mayfair and Soho… The station opened in 1899 as the London terminus of the Great Central Main Line (GCML), the last major railway to open in Britain in over 100 years, linking the capital to Nottingham, Sheffield and Manchester. Marylebone was the last of London’s main line terminal stations to be built, and one of the smallest, having opened with half the number of platforms originally planned.Mayfair is named after the annual fortnight-long “May Fair” that, from 1686 to 1764, took place on the site that is now Shepherd Market.In the Middle Ages, what is now Soho was known as Saint Giles Field. In 1536, the land was taken by Henry VIII as a royal park for the Palace of Whitehall.
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 Environmental is 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.
With our head office located in Deptford, London and satellite offices in Bristol and Cardiff, we are perfectly located to serve Marylebone, Mayfair and Soho, W1along with the rest of London, the Home Countries.