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What is Japanese knotweed and what should I do?

What is Japanese knotweed and what should I do?
01/01/2021

Japanese knotweed is a highly invasive plant that spreads rapidly and can cause damage to property which can impact its value. It is an offence to allow or cause this plant to grow in the wild. You could also become liable for damages if allowed to spread onto neighbouring property. If you suspect you have japanese knotweed, do not attempt to deal with it alone, but call in the professionals.

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Can Japanese knotweed damage buildings?

Can Japanese knotweed damage buildings?

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Can Japanese knotweed affect mortgages

Can Japanese knotweed affect mortgages

Lenders are cautious with properties that are affected by Japanese knotweed, but its not impossible to get a mortgage or re-mortgage. It is a legal re...

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What does Japanese knotweed look like?

What does Japanese knotweed look like?

Starting from small red shoots similar to asparagus in the spring and growing up to 3m tall in the summer with hollow canes and vibrant green heart/sh...

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