Invasive Japanese knotweed deters vast majority of home buyers, new survey confirms

Japanese knotweed deters nearly eight in 10 people in the UK from buying a property but new research has found that while there is a high level of anxiety about the plant there is also a lot of misinformation. Overall some 78% of those aware of the …
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