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Updated: 05/12/13 by Tony Lilleystone
Properties of significant historical or architectural worth may be classified as 'listed buildings'. The listing system is administered by English Heritage. Buildings are listed in three grades:
Anyone selling a listed property should ensure that their conveyancing solicitor has copies of all relevant planning consents, as well as any other associated documents and copies of plans which may be required by a buyer. Owners of flats or apartments in a listed building should bear in mind that the building maintenance costs of such properties may be higher than for purpose-built blocks.
The existence of any Tree Preservation Order (TPO) is found by a home buyer's Conveyancing Solicitor when making the local search, but fortunately consent is not required for cutting down or carrying out work on trees which are dead or dying or have become dangerous. Conditions placed on developers requiring them to plant trees during construction do not necessarily imply a TPO is in place.
Contaminated Land has a specific legal definition (set out in Part IIA of the Environmental Protection Act 1990), although, it may be the case that the local authority has not yet reviewed the site in question, or does not consider the statutory definition to apply. In such cases, this information will not be included in a local authority search, making an environmental search a necessity. Buyers should be aware that prior to the full impact of industrial-use land had been understood, redevelopment often took place of old warehouses or factories without first cleaning up traces of waste chemicals.
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