Published on Thursday 7th April 2016 in the Coventry Observer.
This article warns residents of Coventry to be aware of Japanese knotweed, now the growing season has started.
Coventry City Council has issued ASBOs in the past to landowners because they have allowed Japanese knotweed to spread.
It is advised that residents deal with Japanese knotweed as soon as possible, by informing neighbours of the problem. Knotweed has been known to devalue house values, by as much as 50%.
To read the full Japanese knotweed story in the Coventry Observer, please see here.