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Local issues considered by South West England Conveyancing Solicitors

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South West England Tree Preservation Orders

In cases where houses have been built on land subject to an existing tree preservation order (TPO), it will be necessary to obtain a copy of this TPO from the council to check the plan. This is necessary to confirm whether this existing TPO directly affects the newer property. In order to approve consent, the local authority may request that replacement trees be planted. Trees planted in accordance with a condition placed on new build property developers are not necessarily subject to a TPO.

My solicitor is not on my Lender's panel - what do I do?

Mortgage lenders maintain panels of solicitors who they will instruct to carry out legal work on mortgages. At one time, many lenders, especially the large banks, were prepared to instruct any firm of solicitors who asked to be placed on their panel. More recently, lenders have begun to remove firms which have either not completed many conveyancing transactions or have failed to meet other criteria. These options are available to any homebuyer whose solicitor is not on their lender's panel; you could either obtain a mortgage from another lender, or instruct another firm of conveyancer who are on the panel. Generally, it is cheaper to have the same firm act both for you and your lender, but you could also choose to persist with both your first choice of lender and solicitor, and pay for a lawyer selected by the lender to carry out the relevant legal work.

Transportation Concerns in South West England

Buyers should be aware of all transport works and other issues in the local area which may affect their South West England property. Searches demonstrate:

  • Works within 200m of the home
  • The status of roads by the home (e.g. are they adopted/a public highway?)
  • Proposals for major development relating to adjacent roads
In rarer cases, the council may install a 'no entry' sign or similar restriction, preventing access to a road. Such an action may not technically be a 'scheme' and therefore may not be mentioned in searches.

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