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Often conveyancers and licensed conveyancers in South East England, UK look like they offer temptingly low fees, however concealed costs will add hundreds to the solicitors invoice when you actually move. With us, your fixed quotation includes all charges and we will give an online quote that is fixed and never estimates that might vary.
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Updated: 09/03/14 by Tony Lilleystone
Significant highway works, or the expansion of the UK's rail system, can cause a great deal of inconvenience to unlucky homeowners living near construction. Buyers should be aware of any schemes (underway, or planned) in the South East England area. Local searches for road and rail works reveal:
Knowledge of environmental issues in South East England which may impact a residence's value will continue to affect the assessments of mortgage lenders, insurance providers and buyers. Concerns range from minor risks to potentially deadly issues such as radon gas exposure. An environmental search should confirm, based on the criteria of the Environmental Protection Act 1990, whether a property is (or is on) contaminated land. If in time the local authority identifies a Property area as being contaminated they can issue remediation notices requiring action to clean up the contamination in the absence of voluntary agreement to do so. In some cases, you may also be able to review the full technical report used to prepare the search.
When land around South East England is developed for housing, the existence of a TPO will be revealed in a local search against property on the original estate, whether or not there are any affected trees on the specific property being purchased. Anyone proposing to cut down a tree in South East England (under the exemption that is dying, dead or dangerous) is advised to give the council five days notice before carrying out the work, except in an emergency. If a newer property is affected by a planning condition imposed upon the original builders, it would be a breach of planning control to remove any trees this condition required the developer to plant.
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