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Updated: 2013-05-21 by Tony Lilleystone
At the end of the Rhymney Valley, Caerphilly's most astounding medieval building stands proud; Caerphilly castle is Wales's largest and Britain's second next to Windsor. This is just one of many reasons why our Local Conveyancers enjoy working in the region. The castle is now owned by the government and sits tall as the eye catching point of Caerphilly, with its grounds maintained and looked after by Cadw.
Are you moving home in Caerphilly? Local knowledge makes all the difference. Fridaysmove's Caerphilly Conveyancing team is able to employ their local knowledge to help you move home sooner. With regard to issues commonly arising during Caerphilly home-moves, your Solicitor will also utilise their area experience to anticipate and resolve these before they affect you.
We have assisted home movers throughout Caerphilly, including Conveyancing in CF81, CF82, NP11, NP12 and NP24.
Awareness of environmental issues which may impact the value, enjoyment or safety of a property affect the decisions of both buyers and mortgage lenders. The impact of environmental issues can range from low-risk cases to serious health concerns. As an environmental search is a review of data and records held by various Caerphilly sources, it does not cover unknown contaminants or environmental risks. Severely contaminated land should be investigated by the local council, although their records are not comprehensive. This is one of the reasons why a specialist environmental search is warranted. Your environmental search in Caerphilly will be supported by a range of documentation which may be available in full.
Special planning consent must be obtained for alterations, extensions or demolition of a listed building. Special interest may also apply to nationally important examples of particular building types and techniques, for example buildings displaying technological innovation or virtuosity. A purchaser's conveyancing solicitor will make enquiries about any works which the seller or any previous owner has carried out since the property was listed.
Listed buildings and scheduled monuments in Caerphilly include Capel Gwladys, Capel y Brithdir, Fort South of Pen-Llwyn-Fawr, and Gelligaer Common Roman Road.
Sellers of property asked to state whether they have carried out any work to trees under a protection order (TPO), and to supply copies of any approvals. The existence of any planning conditions, originally imposed on the developers of a Caerphilly property, will be revealed in a local search. Conditions placed on Caerphilly developers requiring them to plant trees during construction do not necessarily imply a TPO is in place.