Conor Leyden

Director, Invasive Plant Company

Conor is a degree qualified professional who has been working in the construction and environmental sector since 1995. Conor has an Honours degree in the built environment and also holds a HND in Mamalian Physiology.

Conor has been managing the Invasive Plant Company since 2007 and has been influential in developing a number of remediation techniques that has helped propel the Invasive Plant Company to one of the largest specialist contractor in the country.

Prior to joining the Invasive Plant Company Conor has drawn his experience from 8 years of service at an international consultancy where he held the position of Senior Project Manager gaining invaluable experience in the commercial aspects of projects, programming, health and safety, cost control and design management. Following this, Conor moved to Sydney Australia where he joined a global environmental and management consultancy and quickly progressed to the management board where he managed a team of Project Managers to deliver a number of large environmental and construction projects.

Conor's experience covers all aspects of advising, consulting, designing remediation strategies, implementation, completion and after care in relation to the treatment of Japanese Knotweed and other Invasive Species. Conor and his team at the Invasive Plant Company have the necessary expertise and experience for any type of Japanese Knotweed or other invasive non native treatment however complex.


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