On 2nd July 2009, Phew conveyancing team was instructed by a client to assist in the purchase of a property located on Venner Road, London. The property was bought for £ 395000 by the client. The London Borough of Bromley was related to this conveyancing deal.
The Phew conveyancing team inspected the office copy entries related to the freehold property. The absolute title of the property eliminated worries about its ownership as it was guaranteed by the registry. The team also ensured that the property was solely occupied by the seller or his immediate family members before the sale was carried out. There were some additional restrictive covenants registered against the property which is mentioned in the schedule of restrictive covenants. The copy of the same has been requested from the sellers’ solicitor.
The Phew conveyancing team also revealed that the property came under the purview of Smoke Control Order and Clean air Act. According to the Smoke Control Order, excess smoke from chimney was not allowed to be disposed into the environment and according to the Clean Air Act smoke of any kind from other premises was prohibited.
The property also came under “Archaeological Important” area, according to which any sort of disruption, flooding or tipping on the ground was not allowed. Also a six-week prior notice must be produced to the seller before carrying out any sort of excavation.
Venner Road is adopted & is maintained by London Borough of Bromley. Our Conveyancing Solicitors’ inspection did not reveal any plans regarding the arrival of new roads or maintenance of existing roads within 200 metres of the property in the near future.
The conveyancing solicitor who appeared for the seller was Bishop Akers & Co Solicitors and the estate agent was Streets Ahead Estate Agents.