Investment acquisition—planning [Archived]

The following Property precedent provides comprehensive and up to date legal information covering:

  • Investment acquisition—planning [Archived]
  • 1 Scope
  • 2 Executive summary of material issues
  • 3 General
  • 4 Use
  • 5 Works carried out to the Property
  • 6 Building Regulations
  • 7 Statutory planning agreements
  • 8 Community Infrastructure Levy

Investment acquisition—planning [Archived]

This Precedent has been archived. For maintained precedent reports on title, see Report on title—long form and Report on title—short form.

    1. 1


      You have informed us that this is an investment purchase. Consequently, it is assumed that you will continue to use the Property as a [insert existing use, eg a commercial shopping centre, office building, industrial estate, retail park] and you do not intend to redevelop or carry out any alterations to the Property.

    1. 2

      Executive summary of material issues

      We draw your attention to the following:

      1. 2.1

        [insert material issue or area of concern]

      1. 2.2

        [insert material issue or area of concern]

    1. 3


      1. 3.1

        [Listed building

        The Property is a grade [I OR II OR II*] listed building. As a result listed building consent must be obtained to demolish, alter or extend the buildings on the Property in any way that affects its character. Consent will not be given for proposals which adversely affect the architectural or historic character of the building. Alterations which do not need planning permission may still need listed building consent. If works are carried out to a listed building without listed building consent or in breach of a listed building consent the Local Planning Authority (LPA) can:

        1. 3.1.1

          [prosecute the person who carried out the works or allowed them to be carried out. The penalty can be a fine of an unlimited

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