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Carey Olsen
When the Island Development Plan ("IDP") was adopted in November 2016, it introduced greater scope to redevelop redundant glasshouse sites.
Carey Olsen
This means that your planning application will be decided by the political members of the Development & Planning Authority ("DPA") at a meeting which will be open to the public.
Carey Olsen
Planning permission will not be required if the primary use of the dwelling remains that of your home.
Ogier
Virtually all properties these days are linked to a complex network of services, such as the island electricity grid, the water network, drains, gas and telecommunications, and in many cases...
Ogier
The starting position is that all development requires planning permission.
Carey Olsen
To recap, the Development and Planning Authority ("DPA") cannot issue a compliance notice for a breach of the planning laws after (1) four years of the date of the alleged ...
Carey Olsen
The Development and Planning Authority ("DPA") has a duty under law to investigate and take action against possible breaches of planning control.
Carey Olsen
Generally speaking, applications for planning permission must comply with the policies within the IDP for planning permission to be granted.
Carey Olsen
An appeal against the addition of a building to the Protected Buildings List can only be made on certain grounds, which are set out in the Land Planning and Development (Special Controls) Ordinance 2007.
Carey Olsen
A number of buildings have recently been added to the Protected Buildings List.
Carey Olsen
Guernsey's Open Market continues to show signs of increased activity, according to the latest conveyancing statistics compiled by Unusualities of Guernsey.
Carey Olsen
Yes, it is possible that you will need planning permission. Generally speaking, planning permission will be required for the erection of a new sign on business premises.
Carey Olsen
Not always. It all depends on the specific business uses – what you want to change the use from and to.
Ogier
On 15th November 2017, The Document Duty (Guernsey) Law 2017 came into force, bringing the payment of duty on transfer of real property (houses and land) more into line with modern life.
Ogier
The steady improvement in the Guernsey property market is demonstrated in new figures out today that point to measured rises in both prices and turnover.
Carey Olsen
With effect from 15 November 2017, a new legislative framework for Document Duty on certain transactions involving real property will come into force in Guernsey.
Ogier
When viewing properties, buyers are often on the look-out for any faults that could cost a lot of money to fix further down the line.
Ogier
The new formal complaint procedure is intended as a last resort, and complainants must show evidence that they have approached their neighbour...
Carey Olsen
Carey Olsen's guide to property will help you answer some of the frequently asked questions about property law and process on the island.
Carey Olsen
The Development and Planning Authority (DPA) has brought proposals to the States of Guernsey to introduce a change in the law that could have significant benefits for residential...
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Ogier
Virtually all properties these days are linked to a complex network of services, such as the island electricity grid, the water network, drains, gas and telecommunications, and in many cases...
Carey Olsen
The Development and Planning Authority ("DPA") has a duty under law to investigate and take action against possible breaches of planning control.
Carey Olsen
To recap, the Development and Planning Authority ("DPA") cannot issue a compliance notice for a breach of the planning laws after (1) four years of the date of the alleged ...
Carey Olsen
Planning permission will not be required if the primary use of the dwelling remains that of your home.
Ogier
The starting position is that all development requires planning permission.
Carey Olsen
Generally speaking, applications for planning permission must comply with the policies within the IDP for planning permission to be granted.
Carey Olsen
An appeal against the addition of a building to the Protected Buildings List can only be made on certain grounds, which are set out in the Land Planning and Development (Special Controls) Ordinance 2007.
Carey Olsen
Not always. It all depends on the specific business uses – what you want to change the use from and to.
Carey Olsen
Guernsey's Open Market continues to show signs of increased activity, according to the latest conveyancing statistics compiled by Unusualities of Guernsey.
Carey Olsen
A number of buildings have recently been added to the Protected Buildings List.
Carey Olsen
Yes, it is possible that you will need planning permission. Generally speaking, planning permission will be required for the erection of a new sign on business premises.
Ogier
On 15th November 2017, The Document Duty (Guernsey) Law 2017 came into force, bringing the payment of duty on transfer of real property (houses and land) more into line with modern life.
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