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FIND October 2010 Newsletter

Recently, several Local Authorities have banned 'For sale' boards within conservation areas. In London this policy has already been adopted by several boroughs. Kensington and Chelsea were the first to enforce the ban on 27th September shortly followed by Camden, Hammersmith & Fulham, and Westminster. The same restrictions currently apply in parts of Bath, Brighton, and Bristol; more Local Authorities are expected to follow suit.

When new regulations like this are introduced it is essential that planners, developers and estate agents know about them. Failure to keep abreast of changes can result in additional costs and even legal action.

If you have the time to devote to searching for detailed information about how these restrictions apply you will find it no doubt tucked away on individual Local Authority websites. However, we know from experience that this can involve trawling through long and detailed planning documents - often emerging none the wiser about how your site is affected.

At FIND we have already done the searching for you. Our conservation area maps can be instantly viewed online, giving you the information you need to get on with the job in hand.

Mariam Crichton
Director

Product spotlight - Conservation Areas

  • Instantly accessible maps showing conservation areas
  • Up-to-date information about restrictions relating to the planning application process
  • Links to planning documents for each Local Authority conservation area
  • Determine where the use of 'For sale' boards and other planning restrictions apply

"We are happy that boards are banned in conservation areas. We would also go further stating we would like to see all boards banned because they deface areas and tend to favour the less scrupulous agents."

- Ed Mead, Director, Douglas and Gordon


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