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Japanese Knotweed

Japanese knotweed is listed in Schedule 9 of the Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981. It is an offence to plant Japanese knotweed or cause it to grow in the wild. Japanese knotweed causes problems because it spreads so quickly and it is very difficult to get rid of.

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Elite Ecology are experiencing in identifying non-native species and offering advice on the best way to control them or eradicate them. 

We work with our client and always aim to offer a fast, professional and friendly service at competitive prices. 

Prices for Japanese Knotweed surveys start from just £350. 

 

Contact us for a free quote.

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