Monthly Archives: May 2019

Blind tennis ace wins £50,000 after home surveyor missed Japanese knotweed

A visually impaired tennis champion has won £50,000 in compensation after a surveyor failed to spot “visibly present and growing” Japanese knotweed in the garden of his £1.2 million Highgate home. Paul Pyb, 49, ordered the highest-level survey of the ground-floor flat because his … Continue reading

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Rate of property-price rises slows – but mid-west bucks trend

Property prices rose in the year to March, but at the slowest pace in six years. New figures from the Central Statistics Office (CSO) show prices were up 3.9pc in the year to March, the slowest rate of rise since … Continue reading

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