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9th May 2014
Hopefully you have not encountered Japanese Knotweed yet, but if you have you are probably aware of its deadly effects on commercial property development. Fortunately environmental intelligence provider GroundSure has launched a groundbreaking report to help you spot the evidence earlier in the planning process and reduce risks and costs for your clients.
What is Japanese Knotweed?
Japanese Knotweed, or fallopia japonica as it is scientifically known, was brought into Europe in the early 19th century and became popular as an ornamental plant. Little did the importers know the future damage it would cause. It is a highly invasive, destructive plant species that can dramatically impact asset values and lending. Indeed the Centre for Environmental Studies estimates around £1.6 billion is spent every year in the process of its removal.
GroundSure Japanese Knotweed report
Previously buyers have had to wait until the site valuation process to reveal the existence of Japanese Knotweed. Now you can advise your client earlier in the planning process by commissioning a GroundSure Japanese Knotweed report.
The report uses innovative remote sensing technology to identify Japanese Knotweed on and adjacent to commercial property sites. It also allow surveyors, developers and commercial conveyancers to highlight lending risks to clients and potential management costs ahead of making any purchase decisions.
Key features of the Japanese Knotweed report:
Plus unique support from leading Japanese Knotweed treatment specialists Phlorum:
The GroundSure Japanese Knotweed report is the only cost-effective way to understand the risk of Japanese Knotweed ahead of site valuation. Specific benefits include:
The GroundSure Japanese Knotweed report is available from £65 and could be with you in 48 hours. Order now with .MAP by GroundSure by clicking here.
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