A late building warrant is generally applied for when work has been carried out without the required consent.
There are many people in Uddingston who have work carried out without even knowing that they need a building warrant before any work is started.
It is normally when someone is selling their home that they find out that a conversion or extension didn’t have the required approval and that they have to apply for a late building warrant to complete the sale of their home in Uddingston.
Here at Archi Plan Glasgow we specialise in late building warrants and can help you with the entire process.
When you contact us we will discuss this service and give you a competitive quote, if you are then happy to go ahead then we can arrange to come out to your home in Uddingston to carry out a full measurement survey of your home.
If there are any areas of concern before the council carries out the final inspection then we will highlight these to you, this will prevent any undue delays with the release of the completion certificate.
We will produce a set of existing scale drawings and a full set of proposed scale drawings along with an ordnance survey map that highlights your property. We will then be able to complete the council’s application form and submit all of the information for it to be reviewed.
We estimate that it takes around 4 weeks for the council to review the plans and arrange to carry out a site inspection, this is then followed by the release of the completion certificate.
Throughout the entire process we will keep you up to date with all of the developments, with us acting as your duly appointed agent from the outset.