Japanese Knotweed Surveys

Failing to control the spread of Japanese Knotweed could now result in an anti-social behaviour order, and a fine of up to ¬£2500. We offer a range of invasive species surveys and mitigation reports to ensure as a developer you do not risk this fine. We regularly carry out basic ‘Invasive Species Surveys’ or a more comprehensive ‘Extended Phase 1 Habitat Survey’. If you think you might have Japanese Knotweed or other invasive species on your site and are unsure how to deal with it, get in touch for advice.

Environment Agency Guidelines – Japanese knotweed: managing on development sites

BBC NEWS – 19 November 2014

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