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Invasive weeds

Invasive weeds, such as Japanese knotweed, is extremely invasive and has to be treated or disposed of responsibly.

If you notice this on private property it is the land owners responsibility to arrange its removal.Japanese Knotweed should be removed by a licensed contractor, alternatively it can be destroyed on site following Environment Agency guidelines.

Do not put Japanese knotweed in your rubbish bin or any green waste recycling scheme of any description or your home compost bin.

If you notice invasive weeds on public highway land, such as a grass verge, please tell us.