Inquiry into Japanese knotweed’s impact on the built environment launched

An inquiry into Japanese knotweed’s impact on the built environment has been launched by the House of Commons Science and Technology Committee

Knotweed treatment warning sign
Japanese knotweed can damage the environment and suppress property values

An inquiry into Japanese knotweed’s impact on the built environment has been launched by the House of Commons Science and Technology Committee.

Japanese knotweed is an invasive non-native species which can crowd out native plants, damage buildings and impact property values

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