Japanese knotweed costs council £150,000

A council has spent around £150,000 clearing invasive Japanese knotweed from a site so that a development of affordable homes can proceed

Japanese knotweed
Japanese knotweed

A council has spent around £150,000 clearing invasive Japanese knotweed from a site so that a development of affordable homes can proceed.

The plant was discovered at a former car park in Boscombe, Bournemouth, before construction started on the development of eleven new homes.

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