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Advice about a veranda on neighbours property

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Have you asked the current owner of the house you are interested in, they may know when it was built on and if there was any planning permission involved. We had an extension added to our previous address and had to notify neighbours in case they had any objections.

 

At the end of the day, if they got permission you would have to live with it and if they did not, you could end up getting involved in a lengthy planning problem and then have to live next door to them, if it was me I would walk away.

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This a ridiculous response 'oldskater', the buyer will be responsible for removing it if a complaint is made at a future date. ... Returnofjim, get your estate agent to liase with your solicitor on this one! Any anomalies regarding planning permission will be sorted out at that point. The vendor will no doubt be aware that this could and will cause future issues. Your survey would pick up on this anyway!

 

 

what on earth are you talking about? go re read the OP.

 

how could the buyer be responsible for removing anything that is not on their land. the post is refering to a veranda on a neighbours land not their own.

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what on earth are you talking about? go re read the OP.

 

how could the buyer be responsible for removing anything that is not on their land. the post is refering to a veranda on a neighbours land not their own.

 

not even their own, only thinking of buying, hope he doesn't take a liking for my street :roll:

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