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    In fairness a £70 CU is only a £70 CU if the...

    In fairness a £70 CU is only a £70 CU if the Client supplies it. If the installer provides it then they become liable for rectifying faults. Pretty basic business [and not exclusive to the building...
  2. As you believe the building would fall under PD...

    As you believe the building would fall under PD rights then apply to the Planning Department for a 'Certificate of Lawful Development'.

    Pretty simple sounding proposal so shouldn't be that...
  3. Regularisation Certificates can only be issued by...

    Regularisation Certificates can only be issued by Building Control. You can't use an Approved Inspector for it. Unless the change has slipped by me.

    As for selling a properties without proof of...
  4. 21sqm is unlikely to be accpeted by the Planning...

    21sqm is unlikely to be accpeted by the Planning Department as large enough for a dwelling. It doesn't comply with the standards in the 80's let alone now.
  5. If the internal wall is replastered with a water...

    If the internal wall is replastered with a water proof render then what is the need for a new DPC to be injected?
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    There's some confusion here between Planning...

    There's some confusion here between Planning Department and Building Control. They are entirely different departments that deal with different things to do with buildings / the built environment.
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    There is no requirement for an extractor fan in a...

    There is no requirement for an extractor fan in a bathroom merely ventilation - assuming the window is of sufficient size this would suffice.

    I'd be more worried that the LL can't afford £200 (or...
  8. Flats have no permitted development rights...

    Flats have no permitted development rights regardless of whether they are in a Conservation Area or not.

    Any planning applicaton will need to demonstrate that the proposals comply with the...
  9. Thread: Party Wall

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    ATPiiEoW. There is no legal document entitled...

    ATPiiEoW.

    There is no legal document entitled 'Party Wall Agreement'.

    Party Wall Awards are only required if a dispute arises after Notice is served under the Party Wall Act. There is a legal...
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    If your desire is to re-route your flue to the...

    If your desire is to re-route your flue to the balcony then you can now get on and do it.

    Regulations change over time.

    If the freeholder agrees then services can be run through communal areas....
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    By protracted do you mean that things have rolled...

    By protracted do you mean that things have rolled on for over 12-months?

    The roll of any Party Wall Surveyor is NOT to be a designer / offer design solutions but to assess, consider and agree...
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    You've moved into a Freehold property and wish to...

    You've moved into a Freehold property and wish to use a portion of a neighbouring Leasehold property?
  13. 80% of market value? With Tenants and a short...

    80% of market value? With Tenants and a short leasehold. What you need sir is what some may call a 'rube'.
  14. thesaint - Very Funny. :D: What maintenace...

    thesaint - Very Funny. :D:

    What maintenace have you done to the property in the last six years?

    Sounds like the gate needs replacing / repairing.

    As for the windows, if the lock can't close...
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    Effect the value against what? Other flats in...

    Effect the value against what? Other flats in the development? In the area? Nationally? Loads of things are claimed to lower the value of properties but rarely actually do.

    The biggest issue I...
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    You'll get a higher selling price if you have...

    You'll get a higher selling price if you have vacant possession.

    You can sell with the tenant in occupation but you're seriously limiting your market to investors. This will also mean a lower...
  17. Cheapest and easiest solution; You could fit...

    Cheapest and easiest solution;

    You could fit sub-meters but you'd still need to administer and collect the monies owed. You'd still have the gas and water bill to pay to the utilities. Any Gas...
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    Assuming the dates already posted are the 'right'...

    Assuming the dates already posted are the 'right' ones re the tenancy then I agree that the noticed served on the 5th of Dec would expire the beginning of Feb.

    Do need the answers to mariner's q's...
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    If the central heating works then just remove...

    If the central heating works then just remove them and make good the breast. The 'lower end' of the market is not going to be bothered about having a 'decorative' fire in any of the room.s
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    Unless the neighbours are named on the tenancy...

    Unless the neighbours are named on the tenancy agreement then they are [legally] nothing to do with the process.

    Obtain possession and re-let to new tenants. If your neighbours wish to end their...
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    I doubt the property would be in any marketable...

    I doubt the property would be in any marketable condition should the RT move out or pass away.

    With this is mind then the additional cost to remove the 'alterations' during a [likely much needed]...
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    It'll be messy what ever tool is used. Although...

    It'll be messy what ever tool is used. Although a fair few holes are created / made when stone worktops are fitted - to stop them snapping when they are lowered into place.

    Basically, it's going...
  23. As the father isn't a named party to the contract...

    As the father isn't a named party to the contract then I don't see on what basis he can demand to be the 'defendant' so to speak. That said, if they are taking responsibility for the actions of...
  24. Building Regulation information - unlike Planning...

    Building Regulation information - unlike Planning information - is subject to Data Protection and not available to the Public.

    If Planning Consent was granted and the work carried out within the...
  25. Assuming you're paperwork is in order I can only...

    Assuming you're paperwork is in order I can only assume the 'father's' letter is bluster and peacocking. Beside that unless the father was the tenant then their involvement is (it would seem) to...
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