Owner of 17th century mansion destroyed his tenant’s garden after fearing knotweed would tear estate apart, court hears – Telegraph.co.uk

The owner of a 17th century mansion tore up his tenant’s garden to remove knotweed growing within. Robert Adam, 80, took wealthy businessman Roger Gawn, 70, to court over claims he left his garden looking “like a bombsite.” Mr Gawn, who owns historic
Stately home owner is cleared of causing £3500 damage to tenant’s garden by ripping out plants, trees and shrubs …Daily Mail

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