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    just make sure your use is 'incidental' and keep...

    just make sure your use is 'incidental' and keep the outbuilding, avoiding regular council visits.

    i know this is not what you wish to hear, but sleeping overnight in there is a straight forward...
  2. Ridge Beam into Chimney, but Local Authority Building Control Sign it Off

    We had loft conversion done, but the bloody builder went and poked the ridge beam through chimney (single brick).

    4years later my neighbours were having a log burner installed, and installers...
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    Party Wall Claim

    My neighor has written to me regarding problem with chimney stack which resulted from RSJ being inserted into it during loft extension.

    at the time I was lead to beleive that party wall notice was...
  4. Letting Flat with AST, but Allowing T to keep Lodger ...

    Hi,

    Can I please ask if there are any legal considerations to take into account when allowing a T with AST to take in a 'Lodger' ?

    Thanks
  5. Apologies to all who read initial query which I...

    Apologies to all who read initial query which I submitted last night ...
    I wasn't drunk, in fact I don't drink, I was just very very tired :-(

    I wanted to please ask if a HMO building can contain...
  6. HMO with some self-containment and some sharing ...

    With respect to small HMO, can this building contan ?.

    I was thinking of entering into an investment opportunity so i'm just looking into what's allowed and whats' not ...

    cheers
  7. Application for 3x Flats after 4yrs of establised use - what proof required for LDC?

    I have a dwelling that has been split into three flats without prior consent from the council.

    Now four years down the road, I have council tax bills (and receipts), for all three units, and...
  8. New GPDO Legislation on 3-6m and 4-8m Extensions

    err... key point to bear in mind folks !

    Retrospective applications are not allowed.

    Follow the process and see how you fare :)
    ...
  9. megamike, What is important here is the 'Use'....

    megamike,

    What is important here is the 'Use'. All 'Outbuildings' unless otherwise stipulated, MUST be used for the 'Incidental Enjoyment of the Dwelling. In my opinion, an outbuilding with full...
  10. if the loft has been in place for 4yrs or more...

    if the loft has been in place for 4yrs or more and this can be proved, then you are entitled to a lawful development certificate (Sometimes referred to as LDC), but you have to apply to the council...
  11. hello JamesHopeful I assume this query has...

    hello JamesHopeful

    I assume this query has nothing to do with HMO licence application?
  12. Can I please ask, what exactly does the...

    Can I please ask, what exactly does the enforcement notice state?, afaik building regs are not a statutory requirement, but it would help if you wanted to sell lets say.

    the tenancy is an entirely...
  13. 6m and 8m Extensions Under Permitted Development ?

    Hello

    Can I please ask for a qualified reply to this query.

    I am seeking confirmation regarding the current status of changes to PD under Class A (Town & Country Planning Act 2013 Temporary...
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    PD Rights on Problem Property

    Currently dealing with a property with a fairly sizeable file in terms of planning and enforcement.

    The property in question has been acquired for investment purposes. It was sub-divided into...
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    Are you looking for someone to do both ?

    Are you looking for someone to do both ?
  16. Hi. I have a friend who is going through the...

    Hi.

    I have a friend who is going through the purchase of such a property. He's asked me for advice.

    The scenario is his case, however, is that an enforcement notice was issued to the previous...
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    Remove the second kitchen and any locks on doors...

    Remove the second kitchen and any locks on doors leading to the first floor. Or even better, simply remove the door.

    Have your solicitor write to the council informing them you are being...
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    Euro hands down ! Simple to change if the need...

    Euro hands down !

    Simple to change if the need ever arises, and more sympathetic in appearance particularly for period properties.

    whats more, they're relatively inexpensive in my experience. I...
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    Pertinent thread for bills inclusive HMOs indeed...

    Pertinent thread for bills inclusive HMOs indeed !

    others here are far far more experienced than in this space, but please allow me to throw in my thoughts on the issue:

    1. As energy price...
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    Not quite there. T has failed to pay by 14th Nov...

    Not quite there. T has failed to pay by 14th Nov as stated on court order.

    On slightly more positive note, DPS in the process of returning deposit to me.

    What next, there's circa 1k...
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    Not trying to plug any specific names here, i...

    Not trying to plug any specific names here, i know this place, or indeed any other place like this can be sensitive to advertising; but, i've had plenty of succes with one or both of the following:
    ...
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    In actual fact a periodic tenancy was agreed for...

    In actual fact a periodic tenancy was agreed for initial 3mnths, and if the tenure went smoothly we could sign a 12mnth AST, but he doesn't like certain clauses in the contract such as 'fair usage...
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    Keeping Keys no good. Last week I was awarded...

    Keeping Keys no good. Last week I was awarded costs from T who developed a certain attachment to his set.

    Is the property set over 3 or more levels, and is each story habitable?
    Can the agent or...
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    Is there a time limit for this ...

    I understand that Ts can apply for upto 12mnths rent for living in unlicensed HMO that was licensable during the time T lived there, but what is the cut-off time after which T cannot claim, if indeed...
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    Sole access to room with en-suite under standard...

    Sole access to room with en-suite under standard AST
    Kitchen is communal.
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