Knotweed ‘will be brought under control by 2040’

Strict lending criteria applied to residential properties affected by invasive species Japanese knotweed will help bring the problem under control within 22 years, according to a consultancy

by Jamie Carpenter
Japanese knotweed growing on a railway line encroaching on nearby homes
Japanese knotweed growing on a railway line encroaching on nearby homes

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