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Invasive species 

Non-native species are those that have been introduced to our country, whether deliberately or accidentally, by human action. You may have heard about the more common terrestrial species such as the ominous Japanese Knotweed or the health and safety hazard that is Giant Hogweed, but there are also lesser-known plants such as Cotoneaster and Rhododendron present in the Teesside area to be aware of.

We can survey for these species and provide advice on management to ensure their proper control and eradication from your landholding as well as advising on dealing with invasives on construction schemes including the correct disposal method to ensure legal compliance.

Japanese Knotweed and Rhododendron