30 September 2015


 September 30, 2015
Category: Uncategorized

The site was the garden of a single house located at the end of a street adjacent to a stream and railway embankment. The owner hoped to build an additional house on part of this land but I identified that both Himalayan balsam and Japanese knotweed were growing in the area and would require a lot of work to remove and carry a risk that prospective buyers and mortgage lenders would be put off. While they were disappointed not be able to build on the site early identification of the problem did save the landowner a lot of money.

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