Property Care Association - Invasive Weed Control Group - Experts in Japanese knotweed





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Published on Mar 6, 2017

Invasive non-native weeds such as Japanese knotweed pose risks to the environment, water industry and transport infrastructure.

They are growing in number and the legislation surrounding their control is becoming more complicated.

Working with the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) - supported by the Council of Mortgage Lenders and The Building Societies Association the Property Care Association set up the Invasive Weed Control Group in 2012.

Over the years, the group has provided a membership with the expertise to control and manage invasive non-native species offering high levels of technical knowledge and practical skill.

The group’s experience and best practice approach has seen it continue to go from strength to strength.

As a result, it is well-placed to deal with the challenges ahead - offering a level headed, co-ordinated and effective means to control invasive non-native weeds across the UK.

This video includes interviews with Professor Max Wade, Chairman of the PCA’s Invasive Weed Control Group and the Association’s Chief Executive, Steve Hodgson.

For more details about the Property Care Association’s Invasive Weed Control Group please visit

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