The above link is to the Knotweed Code of Practice, produced by the Environment Agency, for managing Japanese Knotweed on development sites.
The above link is to the Environment Agency’s Japanese Knotweed webpage, which contains helpful information as well as useful links to other reading material.
This gov.uk page provides comprehensive advice on your legal responsibilities, tips for identification of invasive species and information on what to do if you have concerns about invasive species on your property.
This SEPA Technical Guidance Note provides guidelines for on-site management of Japanese Knotweed and associated contaminated soils.
The above link is to frequently asked questions answered by the Invasive Weeds Agency.
“At the Olympic site in East London the RHS reports the cost of removing and disposing of Japanese Knotweed to be estimated at £70 million.”
The Environment Agency calls Japanese Knotweed “indisputably the UK’s most aggressive, destructive and invasive plant”
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