Property firm that let out-of-control Japanese Knotweed invade seven nearby homes is fined £18,000

A property owner has been fined £18,000 after allowing Japanese Knotweed to spread to neighbouring homes. M B Estate Ltd ignored a community protection notice from May 2017 to deal with the invasive w…
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