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Japanese knotweed is regarded as one of the most invasive, rapidly growing species of weed in parts of the UK. This specific weed thrives and spreads at an accelerated rate, which makes it seem uncontrollable, especially when its growth quickens in the summer months.
Getting rid of Japanese knotweed on development land is something of a grey area. Whose responsibility is it to survey, inform and take care of Japanese knotweed removal?