Guidance

Japanese knotweed: managing on development sites

Guidance for developers on dealing with Japanese knotweed affecting their sites.

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This guidance has been withdrawn from use because the Environment Agency no longer provides best practice guidance. See guidance on preventing harmful weeds and invasive non-native plants spreading weeds for information on controlling specific plants.

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Managing Japanese knotweed on development sites

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This knotweed code of practice has been written for anyone involved in the development and haulage industry who may encounter sites with Japanese knotweed, or soil containing it.

Related information:

  • Japanese knotweed, giant hogweed and other invasive plants
Published 12 August 2013