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IMPO that new price would be expensive even with the house in its original pre-flood state.

Seriously though, older pre-modern Town and Country Planning Act properties excepted, I dont undertsand why so many modern builds get the go-ahead on land that is of dubious nature in respect of risks of flooding? Surely there will be court cases/legal actions, for compensation, by such homeowners against local councils somehwere down the road in the not too distant future?

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