What is a Listed Building?


A building of architectural or historic interest recognised as being worthy of protection and preservation. Owners of listed buildings need to gain permission from their local planning authority to make any significant alterations to the property and its curtilage (land and associated buildings). This can include extensions, window replacements and double glazing installation, solar panels, removal of internal walls and features and even changing the colour of external paintwork.


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What is an Abstract or Epitome of Title?

A summary or list of relevant title deeds proving the ownership history of a property,…

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What is a Deed of Postponement or Priority?

A document used to confirm that a lender agrees that their already-registered charge (mortgage) will be ranked…

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