Help and support for victims and survivors of sexual exploitation

There is a single point of contact for all victims and survivors of sexual exploitation in Rotherham. The free confidential helpline and email address, provided by the NSPCC, are available 24/7

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Weeds and invasive plants

  1. Our responsibilities (You are here)
  2. Areas we don't cover
  3. Your responsibilities

Our responsibilities

We are responsible for weed control on public land, which includes roads, pavements, kerbs, grids (gully), footpaths, parks and cemeteries.

Weeds can affect the overall appearance of our town as well as causing damage to surfaces, buildings and can obstruct drains.

Weed spraying is carried out in the spring and summer months. Once an area has been sprayed, it takes roughly two to three weeks for weeds to die off.

Weeds are sprayed with a low toxicity herbicide (Glyphosate) which can be used safely without harming people or animals, however weeds will show through between treatments.

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