Passed threshold for planning penalty action?

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11:47 AM, 15th February 2017
About 2 years ago

Passed threshold for planning penalty action?

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Passed threshold for planning penalty action?

I have posted before on this topic and I am looking to buy a house that has been converted without planning permission, but it has passed the time threshold for penalty action. out of time

I am therefore looking for opinions if I need to regularise building control for the conversion for me to separate and sell the properties, and if so whether it’s best to consult a builder or just make the application.

Many thanks

Richard



Comments

Neil Patterson

11:48 AM, 15th February 2017
About 2 years ago

Hi Richard,

I personally would not do anything without taking your solicitor's insured advice.

Steve Wood

20:06 PM, 15th February 2017
About 2 years ago

A planning consultant can advise. They can help make applications if the required timescales have passed and evidence has been gathered to regularise the position. B regs I am sure they can assist with. Perhaps a conditional purchase on this getting sorted by the seller?


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