Japanese Knotweed Survey & Risk Review
AJK have recently won a project to undertake a GPS survey of Japanese Knotweed (JK) for a council in the southeast of England. Works entail the accurate positioning of JK in areas of public open space with all data captured in the council’s GIS system. On completion of the survey, AJK will review the risk presented by the JK to the council’s land and adjacent properties resulting in a client focussed specification to tender the JK management works. This will place the council in a strong position in understanding the risk presented by JK whilst providing confidence that the recommended works are only those absolutely necessary due to AJK’s independence.