Planning permission

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I am selling a house which we have had for 15 years. However we have found that a veranda in the house which was built over 30 years ago did not have planning permission. even though it was itentifide in our deeds by the Noteire. I just wonder what action can be taken. Or was thier a cut of date when this came into force. If not then thier could be many properties that are unaware of this requirement. Can anyone advise.

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Beemer-R80RT/K75C 1638823211

Your Notaire is responsible for sorting this but you can take out insurance against any comback. If it has previously changed hands during the interim you should be OK as " Offcialdom" has not picked it up before. Get an Attestation from your Notaire that ther is no problem.

Spifire 1638866134

My Notaire has advised that at the time of our purchase, They did not need to check on planning of veranda, just a note from the seller that no major changes have been made to the property. that is their stand. WE don't see why we have to arrange for a architect to get planning permission. as veranda was built 30 years ago by seller.

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