Free CPD Presentation

Japanese Knotweed Solutions Ltd, have been educating people on Japanese Knotweed for many years now. This highly invasive perennial can cause damage to hard structures, reduce land values, seriously delay development projects and more recently, result in a mortgage refusal.

The CPD presentation is highly informative and aimed at educating a variety of organisation’s who come across Japanese knotweed and other invasive weeds on a regular basis. Regular audiences include the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS), Network Rail, United Utilities, Architects, Housing Associations, Construction companies plus numerous Local Authorities.

Find out from the experts:

  • What is Japanese knotweed and learn how to identify throughout the seasons
  • Why it is a problem and the impacts it has.
  • The legislations surrounding Japanese knotweed, including proposed changes to the law.
  • Regulations relating to removal to licensed landfill and onsite burial.
  • Methods of eradication, tailored solutions and aftercare monitoring.
  • Case Studies


The presentation takes approximately 1 hour and can be conducted at your place of work or at JKSL Head Offices in Manchester.

"With the music from horror movies and Alan Titchmarsh, thus was the introduction to the scary world of Japanese Knotweed and a great CPD seminar. Informative and lively with plenty of video, photos and a free Weed Identifier this was an hour well spent by myself and my colleagues at MCC. There was plenty of info on curative methods, legislation and regulations, it is obvious that this guy knows his stuff! (And it's NOT death-by-powerpoint either!). All told a good time was had by all not to mention that this was the best-attended CPD seminar I have ever organised due to the provocative subject matter. Very well done Japanese Knotweed Solutions Ltd!!" - Alixe Dent, Manchester City Council

If you would like to book a FREE CPD presentation or arrange for a JKSL speaker on this subject at an event you are organising, please contact Suzanne Hardy on 0161 723 2000 to discuss or email for more details.