Unauthorised alterations

Unifi ScotlandIn ‘Unauthorised alterations to domestic properties’, the first in a series of white papers, Unifi Scotland calls upon the Scottish Government to address the issue of unauthorised alterations to domestic properties and to consider plans for an on-line national property database for individual properties.

This would create a ‘one-door’ access to title and regulatory information such as planning, listed building and building control matters.

The white paper cites the issue of unauthorised alterations as one area where lack of reliable information and a consistent approach is resulting in a clearly identified problem for property professionals, public bodies and individuals buying and selling homes.

It is estimated that unauthorised alterations affect one in three property transactions in Scotland.

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