1250: Schedule 9 Invasive Plant Species
This paper has been summarised from an ADAS news release
Year of Publication2011
Non-native, invasive plant species such as Japanese Knotweed can often be found along stream banks, roadsides, railway embankments and brownfield sites where they can pose a significant constraint and extra cost to development. Therefore, it is important that such species are identified and an effective plan for their management implemented early in the development process.
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- Subject Collection > Climate, ecology & environment > Managing land for environmental benefit
- Subject Collection > Climate, ecology & environment > Wildlife & biodiversity
- Subject Collection > Trees & timber > Amenity woodland
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