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If a developer approaches you about your land, chances are it will be approaching one or more of your neighbours too, as it is unlikely that the footprint of a property development will follow land ownership boundaries. One of the early questions is how to protect against one landowner benefiting from high-value land uses (for example, the prime residential element), while another is lumbered with the low-value uses (for example, infrastructure and low-cost housing). See also: Selling land to developers […]