People who have made alterations to their home in Glasgow without the required consents who then want to go on to sell their property will be asked for a completion certificate for the alterations by their lawyer. If you didn’t get consent for the work you don’t have to worry though because we can help by getting you a retrospective building warrant or letter of comfort as it is also known by.
It is very common for people to go ahead and get work done without the required consent as not everyone is aware that you have to have the work approved and get a building warrant issued. To find out more information or if you have any questions about a retrospective building warrant in Glasgow you can contact us, we would be more than happy to help.
In a situation where a building warrant hasn’t been issued prior to work commencing we would have to come out to your property to carry out a full measurement survey of your home. From there we will produce a set of existing scale drawings and a full set of proposed scale drawings, these will be accompanied by an ordnance survey map and the council application form so that they can be reviewed. You can expect it to take around 4 weeks for the council to review the plans and arrange to come out to home to carry out a site inspection. The completion certificate will be released after the inspection has taken place.
When you come to us for a retrospective building warrant in Glasgow you can be sure that we will communicate well with you and keep you up to date and fully informed of where we are at with the process, acting as your duly appointed agent.
Having helped many people before you can be certain that you are in good hands with us as we know exactly what we are doing.
So, if you need our help then get in touch with us today.