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Norma_Stitts posted..

[QUOTE=vulcanman]I suspect what Norma was suggesting is that the new road was likely already to be factored into the house purchase price by the market ... i.e. what people were willing to pay as opposed to what the seller really wanted to sell at. This happens all the time and there is every chance you didn't know it at the time.[/QUOTE]

Yep, exactly what I was getting at!

[QUOTE=glenandem]If after I've tried to claim compensation not just for the impact of the rd and the traffic it will attract when open but also the impact of all the building work and noise in having to put up with now and the house has gone up in value and they said no then I'd be happy with that but as like anyone else in this world I'm no different, I guarantee you'd do the same so don't try and judge me.[/QUOTE]

I can guarantee I wouldn't because I'm too tight to pay for searches only to ignore them and I don't believe in it.

Like with the bank charges reclaiming. I didn't bother because when I sat down and thought about it, I knew full well what I was doing every time I went overdrawn. I knew full well what would happen and how much it'd cost me but I was, at the time, still financially wreckless enough to do it anyway. Why should a bank pay for my failings when I've used their money without prior agreement?

Now every bugger is doing it for PPI and paying for 'specialist' accounts!?!