Covenant refers to not using the property in a way that would become a nuisance...?

Collapse
X
  • Filter
  • Time
  • Show
Clear All
new posts

    Covenant refers to not using the property in a way that would become a nuisance...?

    Hi I am in the process of buying a shop with a house over it. The shop has been there in excess of 90 years.

    Once we takeover the plan is to (subject to planning) knock through to the house to extend the shop and turn the upstairs into a flat and possibly extend that slightly above the shop.

    In the covenant dated 1905 there is this :

    You must not use the Property for any purpose which will become a nuisance for any other Property owners.

    What sort of things do they mean? Could this mean extending the shop could be a nuisance, even though there is already a shop?


    #2
    https://www.gov.uk/guidance/statutor...ith-complaints

    I don't think you would get enforcement if the council wouldn't act. If it wanted to cover more it would have said annoyance.

    Comment

    Latest Activity

    Collapse

    Working...
    X