I have discovered Japanese Knotweed in my garden. Am I responsible for it and what should I do?

The issue of Japanese Knotweed can become potentially much more serious if it is established that knotweed has spread from one person’s land to a neighbouring property. Not only would the original landowner face the above criminal sanctions, they could …
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