We do not offer a pest control service for the treatment of bees. Generally our advice would be to leave them alone as they are important pollinators.
However, the British Beekeepers Association provides further information on what to do if you have a problem with bees. If you do have a swarm of honeybees then you could contact a local swarm collector to advise you on what could be done.
If a honeybee swarm is not on your land but is still affecting you then you would need to speak to the owner or occupier of the building or area, as there may be a cost involved in removing a swarm.
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