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Japanese Knotweed /upstairs leasehold flat

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DespairingHomeower Sun 25-Oct-20 15:44:47

Just when I thought it couldn’t get worse...

I’ve looked out of my window & spotted what looks just like Japanese knotweed outside

It’s. leasehold flat, I’m upstairs, really difficult neighbours. Completely worried about what to do

Any advice? Is this going to sink my sale?

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wannabebump Sun 25-Oct-20 15:49:26

Establish first whether it is Japanese knotweed or not. Have you had a survey done? I think if it's that obvious it would have been picked up on that

DespairingHomeower Sun 25-Oct-20 15:50:24

Pictures would help - is it the dreaded JK or is this just my anxiety about being able to move talking?

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Bingbongbinglybong Sun 25-Oct-20 15:53:01

It's a weird time of year to see knotweed. Usually it dies back in winter, I thought?

DespairingHomeower Sun 25-Oct-20 15:53:57

@wannabebump: Thak should for replying, hopefully others will be able to see from pics or I can get someone round

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Coriandersucks Sun 25-Oct-20 15:56:59

Def not Japanese knotweed - from an expert (not me I hasten to add)

DennisTMenace Sun 25-Oct-20 15:59:43

It doesn't look like Japanese knot weed to me. Shoots would normally be in spring and have red stems. Have a google so you can compare properly.

MrsIronfoundersson Sun 25-Oct-20 16:13:29

You're ok op that is green alkanet and fat hen ... Def not knotweed.

wannabebump Sun 25-Oct-20 16:18:40

Doesn't look like the dreaded JK OP

MrsIronfoundersson Sun 25-Oct-20 16:21:27

Oops and groundsel.

Lovelydovey Sun 25-Oct-20 16:23:50

Not knotweed (we had and spent a fortune having it treated).

DespairingHomeower Sun 25-Oct-20 16:49:08

@DennisTMenace@Coriandersucks@Lovelydovey@wannabebump@MrsIronfoundersson

- thank you (weeping with relief over here)

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wannabebump Sun 25-Oct-20 16:52:55

@DespairingHomeower thanks

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