Japanese knotweed is an invasive plant that was first brought to England in the 1850s. 170 years later, it still creates problems for UK homeowners.
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Why is Japanese knotweed a Problem?
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The RICS Information Paper 2012 “Japanese knotweed and residential property” was originally introduced with the aim of helping residential surveyors understand the implications of a Japanese knotweed
A list of the 5 most invasive and destructive plants in the UK, and some useful identification traits to consider. The 5 most common invasive
The TA6 form, also known as a “Sellers Property Information Form” is populated by the seller, and given to the buyer during the sale of
Recently I read an article published by the BBC with the title ‘knotweed cannot be eradicated, Swansea Uni trial shows’. I nearly fell off my