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Updated: 20/04/14 by Tony Lilleystone
Buying or selling a property is one of the biggest financial transactions you will make in your life. A local authority search is carried out by our Conveyancing in Coalville Solicitors on behalf of our clients and forms part of the Conveyancing process. The results of the search provide important information about the property you are intending to purchase or sell.
The enquiries fall broadly into three categories:
Properties in Coalville, LE67 fall into the local authority area of North West Leicestershire district council. Local search results in Coalville.
There are a number of major developments that have been approved by the council for improvements and works in Coalville. A regeneration programme in Coalville aims to offer a range of quality homes and environmental improvements that will be developed in four phases. Some of the original properties that are in the worst condition will be cleared. Others will be repaired and improved with the help of financial schemes for residents. Some residents will be offered support to move into a new home, and a five-year new-build scheme will see almost 300 homes built for rent, shared ownership and sale to both current and new residents.
A major extension to a quarry is being recommended for approval in Coalville. Some residents have argued that the scheme would ruin the countryside and increase traffic and a petition against the scheme has been started and there are concerns about noise and dust impact on residents. The council reports however, that once fully operational the proposed development would make a significant contribution to meeting Leicestershire's crushed rock apportionment into the future, securing employment and other economic benefits for the area.
The council is exercising measures to deal with the illegal and unwanted disposal of household and trade waste in the open countryside, by the side of roads and on private land. This has been identified as a big problem in the North West Leicestershire area and can be hazardous to public health. For this reason the offence is subject to a penalty of up to £50,000.
When you are purchasing a property, your conveyancing solicitor will make enquires on your behalf to establish the council tax banding of the home. North West Leicestershire Council is responsible for council tax in Coalville. The bandings for 2012/13 are* -
*Source - www.communities.gov.uk
Industrial processes in and around Coalville that have now ceased will nevertheless often leave waste or residue that risks damaging the local environment. Searches for contaminated land do not initially involve any physical inspection, but are based on old records of land use. Purchasers of new build property around Coalville should be aware that brownfield sites have increasingly been developed. In such circumstances, it is vital that your solicitor check that the correct clean up work has been carried out. Risks associated with contaminated land include inhalation of hazardous dust, exposure to lead and other toxic substances, and water pollution.
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