South Yorkshire And Lincolnshire - Removal Of Occupancy Conditions 

4th December, 2018 by Acorus in General

Two recent applications have been successful for the removal of occupancy conditions relating to  dwellings in the countryside.  

Both dwellings had historically been granted and built in association with fish farming enterprises.   However,  ultimately the dwellings were being occupied in  breach of an occupancy condition and  consequently Certificates of Lawfulness was obtained. 
Following the Certificates of Lawfulness being granted, applications were made to remove the  occupancy conditions and hence now the properties are completely free of the occupancy conditions. 
Both clients are delighted with the result and are relieved their properties are now no longer encumbered  by the occupancy conditions.

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