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  1. Hi Everyone, I am a Planning Officer for a local authority in London so I thought I would offer my services...for free! Please feel free to ask me any planning related questions you have and I will do my best to answer them. If you're not quite sure what to ask, as a rough guide I can offer advice on the following things to name a few: Permitted development rights (also known as PD); Extensions (including basements); Sub-division of residential properties; Changes of use (Office to residential f
  2. Hi Everyone, I am a Planning Officer for a local authority in London so I thought I would offer my services...for free! Please feel free to ask me any planning related questions you have and I will do my best to answer them. If you're not quite sure what to ask, as a rough guide I can offer advice on the following things to name a few: Permitted development rights (also known as PD); Extensions (including basements); Sub-division of residential properties; Changes of use (Office to residential for instance); Things to loo
  3. Echo'ing other posters on this forum, many thanks for your kind offer of free advice I want to extend my garage roof "only" forward to increase the overhang to give a larger covered area (somewhere to clean the dog up when she comes back soaking wet !), and wonder if you can confirm if i need PP. The existing garage door is shown on the diagram below by the red dotted line. The current up and over garage door will be replaced with a new standard door type and will remain in the same place. The black horizontal line shows the existing roof/overhang position I would like to extend the
  4. Hi everyone, I'm buying some flats in Liverpool and they were completed a few months ago. The lender solicotor is asking for formal confirmation from Liverpool City Council that the flats have been build to the plans. It is of course a contractual obligation of the developer that the plans have been complied with and usually solicitors will take a view on this, but not in this case. So I have been waiting for a months now for Liverpool City Council to get back to my solicitors to confirm this. I'm pushing my solicitor, but nothing is moving.
  5. Hi everyone, I'm buying some flats in Liverpool and they were completed a few months ago. The lender solicotor is asking for formal confirmation from Liverpool City Council that the flats have been build to the plans. It is of course a contractual obligation of the developer that the plans have been complied with and usually solicitors will take a view on this, but not in this case. So I have been waiting for a months now for Liverpool City Council to get back to my solicitors to confirm this. I'm pushing my solicitor, but nothing is moving.
  6. Hi. I am just in the final stages of buying a 3 bed semi-detached with a vast single storey extension to the rear, opening up a large kitchen and through into a conservatory/sun room. The sellers cannot provide any certificates or anything relating to the approval of planning permission. However they do have a letter from the local council saying the work that has been done is in line with building regulations. Does this alone prove that planning permission was approved? We are buying the property with cash initially, however in 4-5 years we will be needing to take out a mortgage on t
  7. Hello everyone! I have a very unusual property law case. I have been trying to get advice from about dozen of various property law solicitors as well as taking some actions but unsuccessfully and no one knows what to do with it…. In 2007 my husband and I bought a leasehold property (1st floor maisonette) with a converted loft. The loft was converted in 2004. When we bought the property it was repossessed. We used recommended solicitors, who were based in Scotland. Only after the purchase was sealed I found out that the loft had a separate title and what’s worse it was not transferred in
  8. Hello everyone, I'm in the process of buying my first BTL house and I encountered a few problems. The house has a rear extension built over a sewer pipe. The extension was built in the 80s and has a planning permission. But there is no build over agreement with water company. I've read that building over a sewer pipe can be a problem, as the extension can cause damage to the pipes if not done properly and in case the pipes need repairing this could be very costly. On the other hand the extension has been there for 30 years and from the building survey there are no visible problems. Als
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