Japanese Knotweed Removal in Tower Hamlets
Japanese Knotweed removal and advice by Local Chartered Surveyors and PCA members covering Tower Hamlets and the surrounding areas.
Interesting fact about Tower Hamlets… Opened to burials in 1841, Tower Hamlets Cemetery Park is one of London’s ‘Magnificent Seven’ cemeteries. Burials ceased in 1966, whereby the site was closed as a Cemetery by Act of Parliament and re declared a Park, owned and managed by the Greater London Council (GLC) until 1985. With abolition of the GLC, it passed to the London Borough of Tower Hamlets. During the mid 1990’s additions were made to the park, all located along the Southern Boundary. One was Scrapyard meadows whose name indicates its former use, now a flower rich meadow. The other is Ackroyd Drive Greenlink opposite the Leopold Estate; this acts a green corridor between the Cemetery Park and Mile End Park.The Park is within a conservation area, contains several English Heritage Grade 2 listed Monument, is a site of Metropolitan Importance for Nature Conservation. In 2001 the Park and Ackroyd Drive together became the boroughs first Local Nature Reserve.
As the only Japanese Knotweed removal company and consultancy in the UK regulated by the RICS (Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors) and to hold full Property Care Association (PCA) accreditation (Invasive Weed Control Group), CYB Environmental are the most trusted company in the treatment, control and removal of Japanese Knotweed.
As well as an herbicidal treatment programme and a tailored management plan to the individual site requirements, 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 Tower Hamlets and the surrounding area.