We are delighted to announce our recent relocation to Alkerton Oaks Business Park, located in the Upton Estate, on the Oxfordshire/Warwickshire border between Banbury and Stratford Upon Avon.
Where We Belong
As regulators of invasive flora, we are naturally concerned with natural diversity and the sustainability of Britain’s native plant life. Japanese Knotweed is infamous across Britain for its ease of propagation, growing speed, resilience to harm and destructive properties. This combination of characteristics makes it an unwelcome threat to biodiversity and we like to think we’re doing our bit by helping to remove it from ecosystems wherever it is found.
“Delivering the balance – food for us and food for the Wildlife”
As a “green,” eco-friendly setup, Upton Estate has similar environmental concerns, and we like to think we’ve found a real home here.
The estate’s primary focus is the movement towards a successful estate farm. They work towards striking a balance with their natural surroundings, giving as much back as they take from the land, and this translates into the ethics of their business park, providing a peaceful, bucolic working environment for participating businesses.
Alkerton Oaks Business Park
Alkerton Oaks Business Park is Upton Estate’s newest commercial development. The business park features bespoke units ranging in size from 1400 sq ft to 21,269 sq ft, making it a viable base of operations for companies of many sizes. All of its units strive to emulate Upton Park’s environmental values and are heated via a single biomass woodchip burner.
The biomass boiler occupies a basic fuel store building and provides renewable energy throughout the units. By avoiding the need for oil-fired installations, Alkerton Oaks promotes clean, efficient energy, as reflected in its units’ Energy Performance Certificates (EPC), which are mostly Grade A.
We are happy to be associated with the park’s eco-friendly reputation and look forward to many years of successful trade here.
To find out more about how invasive species impact on your local environment, give us a call on 0800 389 1911 or get in touch here.