Public advised on landscape accreditation as rogue-trader complaints soar to 4,000

The Office of Fair Trading (OFT) has received a record 4,000 complaints about rogue traders - up 18% on 2008 - which cost householders £8m. The most common complaints relate to driveways, roofing and cavity wall insulation.

by Matthew Appleby

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