JKW – Japanese Knotweed –

Do you live in a high risk location?


Japanese knotweed (JKW) is a notoriously invasive plant species that has a fearsome reputation.  Surveyors now check for evidence of JKW  even when carrying out straightforward mortgage valuations.  If any signs of JKW are detected, even on neighbouring land, there’s a good chance the mortage lender will refuse to lend, cauing major problems for buyers and sellers alike.

So it’s worth checking this article and newly developed map that shows the worst UK ‘hotspots’ for JKW.

Or download this pdf of JKW hotspots in UK.




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