Japanese Knotweed

With plenty of stories in the media around the subject of Japanese Knotweed and other Invasive Species, we aim to cut though the hyperbole and get on with the job in hand; effectively remediating your site. It's second nature to us, simply another contaminant and something we deal with every day.

Matt Montgomery tackles Japanese Knotweed in Hawkshaw, Bury

Whether discharging a planning condition with one of our management plans or helping you to identify, survey and accurately plot any Invasive Species on your site, we’ve a vast amount of knowledge and experience to assist you from as early as the planning stage and beyond. We always advise that you aim to identify the Invasive Species as early as possible. Let us apply our expertise and put in place a realistic management plan that will really benefit your site.  Any risk and cost to your development will be minimal and delays can be avoided. That’s peace of mind for you.

Excellent service and, importantly, very pragmatic. One of the best consultancies I work with.

Andrew Leyssens, Developer Services and Planning - Business Operations, United Utilities

Over the years we’ve developed and improved upon a number of remediation techniques for Japanese Knotweed and other Invasive Species. Our speciality is on-site treatment methods including; burial, screening and the use of high performance geo-membranes. There's a method to suit every site.

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Case Studies

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The LK Group devised a management plan which comprised a combination of treatments. Design

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J. Murphy and Sons Ltd were awarded the contract for construction of a public car park at

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Approximately 875m2 of Japanese Knotweed required remediation. Infestation which fell with

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Taylor Wimpey took possession of a site on the banks of the river Forth with a number of e

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The LK Group was commissioned to remediate Orford Park in Warrington, which had been found

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