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Science and Technology Committee (Commons)
The deadline for written submissions was 31 December 2018. If you would like to submit a late piece of evidence please contact Committee staff.
The Science and Technology Committee intends to hold a one-off oral evidence session in early 2019 with relevant experts, specifically to explore the science behind the effects of Japanese Knotweed on the built environment.
Evidence given by Professor Max Wade, Technical Director (Ecology), AECOM, Dr Daniel Jones, Managing Director, Advanced Invasives, and Honorary Researcher, Swansea University, Sean Hathaway, Environment Officer, Swansea Council, and Ben Lindley, Sales and Marketing Director, Japanese Knotweed Ltd; Dr Mark Diamond, Head of Ecology, Environment Agency, John Baguley, Tangible Assets Valuation Director, Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors, Matthew Jupp, Principal, Mortgages, UK Finance, and Stephen Hodgson, Chief Executive Officer, Property Care Association
There are currently no public meetings scheduled.
Science and Technology Committee publishes report on Japanese knotweed and the built environment