A fourth year of treatment of Japanese Knotweed (and other invasive species) is underway. Works will take place on lands along the Glashaboy River, including the John O’Callaghan Park, a number of Mill Races, the Bleach Hill Stream and the Butlerstown Stream. The appointed contractor, Japanese Knotweed Ireland, will require access to lands in order to survey and then treat Japanese Knotweed.
The treatment of Japanese Knotweed along riverbanks reduces the risk of blockages. Please do not strim or cut Japanese Knotweed if you encounter it.