Japanese Knotweed is an invasive, non-native species which is now established in the wild. Vigorous growth can damage buildings and hard surfaces as well as causing problems for native wildlife.
Hastings Borough Council has a spraying schedule in place for areas to be sprayed three times a year for the treatment of Japanese Knotweed only on its own land. Complete eradication can take 5 years.
If you would like to report Japanese knotweed on Council land you can do this by emailing us or telephoning us on 01424 451066.
- Report vandalism
- Dead Animal - report
- Litter bin - needs emptying
- Dog bin - needs emptying
- Japanese Knotweed query
Got a question about parks and gardens?01424 451066
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