JKSL is the UK's leading specialist in the identification, control and eradication of Japanese knotweed and other invasive varieties.
Founded by Michael Clough, Japanese Knotweed Solutions Limited has grown rapidly to a £3.5m turnover, 35 employees and a client base of 300. We operate nationwide with a Rapid Response Team on standby 7 days a week, to deal with the most urgent client enquiries.
We're a dedicated team of professionals who share a great deal of experience. We invest heavily in the continual training of all our employees, ensuring you always have a highly qualified team working on your project with the latest industry accreditations.
We offer a 10 year insurance backed warranty. We're trusted by over 300 clients including many of the UK's largest landowners, construction companies and government agencies.
Founder, Mike Clough, comes from a surveying and landscape architecture background and has run both construction and grounds maintenance companies in the past. Hence, he was well placed to observe the increasing problem of Japanese knotweed, setting up the company in response to a growing number of enquiries.
Over the years, our experience and expertise has grown to such an extent that we are now a trusted contractor for clients such as the Environment Agency and British Waterways as well as major construction and development companies across the country.
WHY CHOOSE US
"Japanese knotweed presents an increasingly serious threat to landowners and the construction industry. Our aim is to offer the most effective and cost efficient solution to this problem and to remain as the UK's leading solutions provider"
Michael Clough - Managing Director
JKSL is registered with the Property Codes Compliance Board (PCCB) and we will comply with the Invasives Code. If you make a formal complaint and we are unable to resolve it to your satisfaction, you may refer the complaint to The Property Ombudsman Scheme (website www.tpos.co.uk, (t) 01722 333306, (e): firstname.lastname@example.org). We will co-operate fully with the Ombudsman during an investigation and comply with his final decision.