Residential knotweed removal - success stories

Casestudy
#1

House Sale in SW London

9th June 2016

The buyer’s surveyor identified Japanese Knotweed in the front garden of the property along the foundation line and this resulted in the mortgage company declining to lend until the site had been surveyed by a specialist and a robust treatment plan put in place by a PCA approved contractor.  

Casestudy
#2

Re-mortgage in Manchester

9th June 2016

The owner applied to re-mortgage their property and this was declined when their surveyor identified Japanese Knotweed in the rear garden and neighbouring property. The Knotweed was also lifting the patio and damaging a retaining wall. The mortgage company requested the property to be inspected by and Invasive Weed Group

Casestudy
#3

Construction of a new house in SW London

9th June 2016

Japanese Knotweed was identified at the front of the property that was to be demolished and a new property to be built where the Knotweed is located. We were contacted by a project manager on behalf of their client who was building a new house in replacement of their existing

Casestudy
#4

House Sale in London

9th June 2016

Mortgage refused due to Knotweed growing out of boundary wall The buyer’s surveyor identified Japanese Knotweed in the rear garden of the property growing out of the boundary wall and this resulted in the mortgage company declining to lend until the site had been surveyed by a specialist and a

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