Risk of damage from Japanese knotweed overstated, says report

Big landowners and developers can afford to take a more pragmatic approach to the control of Japanese knotweed, according to a report which follows a landmark Court of Appeal ruling on the invasive species last week

Japanese knotweed
The research found that Japanese knotweed causes no more significant structural damage to buildings than many other plants

Big landowners and developers can afford to take a more pragmatic approach to the control of Japanese knotweed, according to a report which follows a landmark Court of Appeal ruling on the invasive species last week.

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