Wildscapes are PCA members

Wildscapes CIC is pleased to announce that it has secured membership with the Property Care Association (PCA) for invasive weed control.

The PCA is an independent trade association representing specialists in the property care industry.  It aims to promote high standards of professionalism and expertise throughout its represented sectors through carefully selecting members, providing training and other support services.

As an experienced provider of invasive weed control services we felt it was appropriate to join with like-minded organisations to ensure our offering is formally recognised as being of the highest standard within the industry.  Following a rigorous application and auditing process, the PCA concluded that Wildscapes CIC met the strict criteria required to become members.

Becoming members of the PCA gives our clients, prospective client, partners, employees and the wider public the confidence that we are competent in our field and delivering excellent quality work.  We are part of an organisation that can provide additional, impartial support and advice, with the added benefit of being able to offer insurance backed guarantees, giving clients total piece of mind when it comes to eradication of their invasive weed issues.

Speaking about the recent award, Steven Greenwood, Conservation Contracts Manager at Wildscapes CIC commented, ‘We’re very proud to have secured accreditation with the PCA.  It reinforces what we’ve strived to achieve over recent years – to provide a professional and trustworthy solution to a host of invasive weed problems’.

This achievement comes just months after obtaining CIEEM Registered Practice status and CHAS accreditation, further strengthening the position of Wildscapes CIC in the conservation and environmental services industry.

More information on invasive weed control as well as our other services can be found here; https://wildscapes.co.uk/invasive-species-control

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