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Legal cases against developers are on the rise – we explain how best to mitigate the risks.

Digger being operated on land due to be developed

Reluctance to confront the possibility that Japanese knotweed could be present on residential development sites is putting developers at risk of expensive litigation if the invasive plant emerges post-sale.
Find out how to know for sure if a site is affected by knotweed, and if it is, follow best practice to ensure there’s no chance of litigation further down the line.

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