Retrospective Licence to Alter for a Flat, Queenstown Road

Works were completed without a licence in 2014 and therefore a retrospective Licence is required.

Licence to Alter were delighted to be instructed to assess alterations that had been carried out by a Leaseholder without a Licence.

This purpose built block is located a short distance away from Chelsea Bridge.

The works that had been undertaken included the formation of a second bedroom, formation of a utility room, repositioning of the bathroom and ensuite and replacing an aluminium panel with glass.

We have therefore had to review the works that were undertaken in conjunction with the Lease and provide a report on the behalf of the Landlord, to assist them in having a retrospective licence to alter produced.

Any leaseholder who has carried out works without a licence, will have difficulties when selling their property.

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London

Type of Works

Licence to Alter

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