Late Building Warrant
A late building warrant is needed in situations where there has been work carried out without a warrant.
If you are choosing to sell your home then it is more than likely that you will have to get a late building warrant or else you won’t be able to sell it.
The late building warrant is otherwise known as a letter of comfort, this is what you will need if you want to sell your home on.
Before you are issued with a letter of comfort, a building standards officer will visit your home in Bishopbriggs. This is to:
- Inspect the work to make sure that it meets the standards
- To inform you whether or not any remedial work is needed before the letter can be issued
When you need a late building warrant, we can help.
Archi Plan Glasgow
At Archi Plan Glasgow we have been helping homeowners in Bishopbriggs for several years now.
When you contact us we will arrange to come out to your home in Bishopbriggs to carry out a full measurement survey of your home. Once we have done so we will be able to produce a set of existing scale drawings and a full set of proposed scale drawings. We will also accompany them with an ordnance survey map that highlights your property and complete the council’s application form, submitting all of the information for review.
It takes approximately four weeks for the council to review the plans and to arrange to carry out a site inspection. This is then followed by the release of the completion certificate.
Take into account the fact that once we have carried out a full survey of your property we will highlight any areas of concern that may need attended to before the council carry out the final inspection of your property. – This prevents there from being any delays with the release of the completion certificate.
We will keep you up to date with any developments that there might be when your application goes through the process, so you will always know what is happening.
Just give us a call on 0800 520 0347 for more information about a late building warrant or our services.