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Land Remediation Tax Relief can generate significant savings for developers of brownfield sites contaminated with Japanese knotweed. We explain how.

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Introduced in 2001, Land Remediation Tax Relief (LRTR) is designed to encourage the redevelopment of more challenging brownfield sites by assisting developers with the cost of dealing with contamination such as asbestos, radon and – since 2009 -Japanese knotweed.

Many companies, unaware that LRTR exists and failing to claim, are missing out on vast savings that could
dramatically improve the financial viability of a brownfield redevelopment.

Download Beacon to find out what’s eligible.