Construction Site Supervision
Construction Site Supervision
London Knotweed - Construction Site Supervision for Developers
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Japanese Knotweed Construction Site Supervision

Appoint us a your Knotweed Clerk of Works to supervise Japanese Knotweed treatment on your construction site. We will ensure that the treatment goes as quickly and as smoothly as possible. Our site supervisor will also ensure that all legislation is strictly adhered to.

We can provide Tool Box Talks for your staff so that everyone is aware of the the problems associated with Japanese Knotweed on construction sites. Local Authorities may insist on a Knotweed site supervisor as part of planning consent and will almost definitely want to see Knotweed Management Plan. If you plan to claim Land Remediation Relief from HMRC, our site supervisor will keep detailed records to satisfy the Tax Inspector.

Essential Reading for Developers

Guide to Japanese Knotweed for Developers produced by the Environment Agency
Japanese Knotweed Code of Practice produced by the Environment Agency
Japanese Knotweed Tool Box Talk for Construction Workers

Method Statement will include

  • Machinery, Plant and Equipment
  • Method of Works - Excavation and Herbicidal Treatment
  • Health and Safety Procedures
  • Operational Procedures of all Equipment
  • Risk Assessment
  • Protective Equipment and Procedures
  • Problem Identification - Overhead Wires, Buried Services etc
  • Sequence of Operations

There is heaps of legislation to comply with including

  • The Knotweed Code of Practice by the EA
  • Wildlife and Countryside Act (as amended) 1981
  • Environmental Protection Act (as amended) 1990
  • Environmental Protection (Duty of Care) Regulations 1991
  • Food and Environment Protection Act (FEPA) Part III 1985
  • Town and Country Planning Act
  • Control of Pesticides Regulations (as amended) 1986
  • Plant Protection Products Regulations 2005
  • Plant Protection Products (Basic Conditions) Regulations 1997
  • Health and Safety At Work Act 1974
  • Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations (COSHH) 2002
  • Personal Protective Equipment at Work Regulations 1992
  • Manual Handling Operations Regulations 1992
  • Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2007
  • Provision and use of Work Equipment Regulations (PUWER) 1998

Why Choose Us?

Give us a call for some friendly help and advice. We have been producing arboricultural reports and surveys for architects, property developers, land owners and local councils for over 30 years and have many, many delighted clients.

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