The presence of invasive, non-native plant species may result in flooding, erosion, habitat loss and damage to the structural integrity of built structures.
We offer management solutions, including management plans and treatment programmes , for many of the regularly encountered invasive non-native plant species found everywhere from the river bank to the garden shed, including:
We are an approved Property Care Association (PCA) contractor, a member of the Yorkshire Invasive Species Forum and offer a 10-year insurance-backed guarantee through Guarantee Protection Insurance (GPI) on all of our work; so you can be assured of our commitment and competence when choosing the RSC to manage invasive weeds on your land.
Japanese Knotweed is a non-native invasive plant, and one of the most destructive plants in the UK. As well as having a negative impact on native plant species and flooding, if left untreated its growth can result in extensive costs to the property owner; including repair of damage to buildings and/or hard surfaces.
There are also legal implications when buying or selling property, as owners who have knotweed growing on their land now have a responsibility to manage it (recently upgraded from merely having to prevent it from spreading).
For more information about the ecology and impacts of non-native invasive species control, such as Japanese Knotweed, please click the following links: (open in a new tab/window?)
River Stewardship Company is a company limited by guarantee and registered in England.
Company registration number: 6759419. VAT registration number: 975669843