Case Study – Japanese Knotweed and the property market

Japanese Knotweed has been described as the UK’s most destructive invasive plant, because its root systems often cause physical damage to man-made structures. It is a legal requirement to prevent its spread. The presence of Japanese Knotweed can affect …
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