Certificates of Compliance

Often, an alteration, addition or extension to a property will require a Certificate of Compliance with Planning Legislation or Building Regulations. The onus is on the Vendor of the property to arrange this if a certificate is required.

For the Purchaser of a property:
As part of our Pre-Purchase Surveys, we often identify such works for your information so as to facilitate your solicitor requesting a Certificate from the Vendor.

For the Vendor of a property:
We will inspect the relevant alteration or addition and prepare a Certificate subject to compliance. Relevant advice will be given should there be a problem of non-compliance.

Some examples of alterations and additions that require certification are: