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pilman
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Last Activity: 22-02-2021, 17:59 PM
Joined: 16-03-2010
Location: Central Bedfordshire
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  • pilman
    replied to Building Lines
    A pre-planning application is most often a chargeable item in modern times, although fees probably vary between different planning authorities.

    Not sure if a rough drawing will suffice, although a simple scale drawing ought to show what you have in mind.

    The problem with pre-applications...
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  • There are thousands of properties in the country that have more than one title for the plot on which a house was built.

    The main point of the 3% Land Tax Stamp Duty is to control the use of a second property that will actually be used as a second home, or as a rental property by the purchaser....
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  • Since all posting are personal opinions, mine is that the fact that in a single purchase you are buying a property that you will live in as your main residence would mean that you do not need to pay the extra 3% tax on a second home.

    That there has been a change of use of two dwellings...
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  • When the property was registered in the names of two people was ownership as joint tenants, or as tenants in common?

    There is another Restriction that would only be included if there was a tenancy in common.
    If that Restriction is not included on the register of title than the lady...
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  • You need to read Schedule 2, Part 1 of the Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development) (England) Order 2015, although what you are proposing does not seem to meet the requirements set out in the GPDO.
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  • pilman
    replied to Extending garage
    If you read Schedule 2, Part 1, Class E Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development( (England) Order 2015 you will see that the maximum height of an outbuilding within 2 metres of a boundary is 2.5 metres.

    That mans that what you are contemplating will require planning permission...
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  • A written request to buy the land would be a recognition of the true owners title meaning that time would start running from the date of that acknowledgement.
    In this thread you have referred to the estate of a deceased person with a beneficiary now owning all the land, which includes this small...
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  • Hello Again, this is the next lesson regarding adverse possession of unregistered land.

    The neighbour has been "using" a small area of land that was not included in the land identified within his own unregistered paper title when a red line was drawn on a conveyance plan to identify...
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