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Con 29 question Where to find the information
1.1

Planning and building decisions and pending decisions.

Which of the following relating to the property have been granted, issued or refused or (where applicable) are the subject of pending applications?

  • Planning applications
  • Listed Building Consent
  • Conservation Area Consent
  • Certificate of Lawfulness of existing use or development
  • Certificate of Lawfulness of proposed use of development
  • Building Regulations approval
  • A Building Regulation Completion Certificate
  • Any Building Regulations Certificate or notice issued in respect of work carried out under a competent person self certification scheme
Development services
  • Certificate of Lawfulness of proposed works for listed buidlings
  • Heritage partnership agreement
  • Listed building consent order
  • Local listed building consent order
Non for Wiltshire
1.2

Planning designations and proposals

What designations of land use for the property or the area, and what specific proposals for the property, are contained in any existing or proposed development plan?

Spatial Planning
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Con 29 question
Where to find the information

2.1
Which of the roads, footways and footpaths named in the application for the search (via boxes B and C) are:

  • Highways maintained at public expense
  • Subject to adoption and, supported by a bond or bond waiver
  • To be made up by a local authority who will reclaim the cost from the frontagers
  • To be adopted by a local authority without reclaiming the cost from the frontagers

Highways records
Newbury house,
Aintree avenue
Whitehorse business park.
BA14 0XB 
Tel: 01225 713042 to make an appointment.

Trunk roads M4, A236, A419 and A303

Highways agency
Temple quay house
2 The square
Bristol
BS1 6HO

Tel: 0845 9556575

2.2
Is any public right of way which abuts on, or crosses the property, shown on a definitive map or revised definitive map?

2.3
Are there any pending applications to recorded a public right of way that abuts, or crosses the property, on a definitive map or revised definitive map?

2.4
Are there any legal orders to stop up, divert, alter or create a public right of way which abuts, or crosses the property not yet implemented or shown on a definitive map?

2.5
If so please attach a plan showing the approximate route.

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Con 29 questionWhere to find the information

3.1

Land required for public purposes

Is the property included in the land required for public purposes?

3.2

Land to be acquired for road works

Is the property included in land to be acquired for road works?

Highway recards
Newbury house
Aintree avenue
Whitehourse business park
BA14 0XB
Tel: 01225 713042 to make an appointment.

Trunk roads M4,A236, A419 and A303
Highways agency
Temple quay house
2 The square
Bristol
BS1 6HO

Tel: 0845 95556575

3.3

Drainage Matters

  • Is the property served by a sustainable urban drain system (SuDS)?
  • Are there SuDS features within the boundary of the property? If yes, is the owner responsible for maintenance?
  • If the property benefits from a SuDS for which there is a charge, who bills the property for the surface water drainage charge?
Wessex Water 
Thames Water

3.4

Nearby Road Schemes

Is the property (or will it be) within 200 metres of any of the following?

  • The centre line of the new trunk road or special road specified in any other order, draft order or scheme
  • The centre line of a proposed alteration or improvement to an existing road involving construction of a subway, underpass, flyover, footbridge, elevated road or dual carriageway

The outer limits of a construction works for a proposed alteration or improvement to an existing road, involving:

  • Construction of a roundabout (other than a mini roundabout)
  • Widening by construction of one or more addition traffic lanes

3.5

Nearby railway schemes

  • Is the property (or will it be) within 200 metres of the centre line of a proposed railway, tramway, light railway or monorail?
  • Are there any proposals for a railway, tramway, light railway or monorail within the local council boundary?

3.6

Traffic Schemes

Has a local council approved but not yet implemented any of the following for the roads, footways and footpaths named in Box B and C and are within 200 metres of the boundaries of the property?

  • Permanent stopping up or diversion
  • Waiting or loading restrictions
  • One way driving
  • Prohibition of driving
  • Pedestrianisation
  • Vehicle width or weight restriction
  • Traffic calming works including road humps
  • Residential parking controls
  • Minor road widening or improvement
  • Pedestrian crossings
  • Cycle tracks
  • Bridge building

Highway records
Newbury house
Aintree avenue
Whitehorse business park
BA14 0XB

Tel 01225 713042 to make an appointment.

Trunk roads M4, A236, A419, and A303

Highways agency
Temple quay house
2 The square
Bristol
BS1 6HO

Tel 0845 9556575

3.7

Do any statutory notices which relate to the following matters subsist in relation to the property other than those revealed in a response to any other enquiry in this form:

  • Building notices (if works hadn’t been finished – order to complete)
None for Wiltshire
  • Environment
  • Health and safety
  • Public health

Environmental Health

North Area
East Area
South Area
West Area

  • Housing
None at Wiltshire Council. All notices are registered as Local Land Charges.
  • Highways

Highway records
Newbury House
Aintree avenue
Whitehorse business park
BA14 0XB

Tel 01225 713042

  • Flood and coastal erosion risk management

3.8

Contravention of building regulation

Has a local council authorised in relation to the property any proceedings for the contravention of an provision of the building regulations?

None for Wiltshire

3.9a-n

  • An enforcement notice
  • A stop notice
  • A listed building enforcement notice
  • A breach of conditions
  • A planning contravention notice
  • Another notice relating to breach of planning control
  • A direction restricting permitted development

Local land charges

North area
East area
South area
West area

  • Tree preservation 
Online mapping search
  • A listed building repairs notice
  • A listed building deliberately allowed to fall into disrepair, a compulsory purchase order with a direction for minimum compensation
  • A building preservation notice
  • An order revoking or modifying planning permission
  • An order requiring discontinuance of use or alteration or removal of building or works
  • Proceedings to enforce a planning agreement or planning contribution
None for Wiltshire

3.10

Community Infrastructure Levy

3.10a Is there a CIL Charging schedule?

3.10b If yes, do any of the following subsist in relation to the property or has a local authority decided to issue, serve, make or commence any of the following:

  • (i) a liability notice?
  • (ii) a notice of chargeable development?
  • (iii) a demand notice?
  • (iv) a default liability notice?
  • (v) an assumption of liability notice?
  • (vi) a commencement notice?

3.10c Has any demand notice been suspended?

3.10d Has the local council received full or part payment of any CIL liability?

3.10d Has the local council received full or part payment of any CIL liability?

3.10e Has the local council received any appeal against any of the above?

3.10f Has a decision been taken to apply for a liability order?

3.10g Has a liability order been granted?

3.10h Have any other enforcement measures been taken?

CIL - Con29 property enquiry can be found in the download section

3.11

Conservation Area

Do the following apply in relation to the property?

  • The making of the area a Conservation Area before 31 August 1974
Online mapping search
  • An unimplemented resolution to designate the area a Conservation Area
None for Wiltshire

3.12

Compulsory purchases

  • Has any enforceable order or decision been made to compulsory purchase or acquire the property?

Highway records
Newbury house
Aintree avenue
Whitehorse business park
BA14 0XB

Tel 01225 713042 to make an appointment

Trunk roads M4, A236, A419 and A303
Highways agency
temple quay house
2 The square
Bristol 

BS1 6HO

Tel 0845 9556575
Email:
legalservicesproperty@wiltshire.gov.uk

3.13

Contaminated Land

Do any of the following apply (including any relating to land adjacent to or adjoining the property which has been identified as contaminated land because it is in such a condition that harm or pollution of controlled waters might be caused on the property)

  • A contaminated land notice

Environmental Health

North area
East area
South area
West area

In relation to a register maintained under section 78R of the Environmental Protection Act 1990

  • A decision to make an entry
  • An entry
Health Protection Agency
  • Consultation with the owner or occupier of the property conducted under section 78G (3) of the Environmental Protection Act 1990 before the service of a remediation notice
Environment Agency

3.14

Radon gas

Do records indicate that the property is in a ‘Radon Affected Area’ as identified by the Health Protection Agency?

Radon gas

Wiltshire - A radon affected area
UKRadon
Health Protection Agency
Building Research Establishment 

Tel 01235 822622 (office hours only)

British geological survey
Kinsley
Durham centre 
Keyworth
Nottingham
NG12 5GG

Tel 0155 936 3100
Fax 0115 936 3520

A guide containing further information about the Radon affected areas is available free from

Defra
Warehouse publications
Admail 6000
London
SW1A 2XX

Defra 
Radioactive substances division
Zone 4/E7 Ashdown house
123 Victoria street
London
SW1E


3.15

Assets of Community Value

3.15a Has the property been nominated as an assess of community value? If so:

  • (i) Is it listed as an asset of community value?
  • (ii) Was it excluded and placed on the ‘nominated but not listed’ list?
  • (iii) Has the listing expired?
  • (iv) Is the local authority reviewing or proposing to review the listing?
  • (v) Are there any subsisting appeals against the property?

3.15b If the property is listed:

  • (i) Has the local authority decided to apply to the Land Registry for an entry or cancellation of a restriction in respect of listed land affecting the property?
  • (ii) Has the local authority received a notice of disposal?
  • (iii) Has any community interest group requested to be treated as a bidder?
Community right to bid for assets of community value


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Some areas of Wiltshire have been identified by the Health Protection Agency and British Geological Survey as a Radon Affected Area. In light of the current information, precautions may be required under building regulations for new buildings and extensions to buildings in the area. An estimate of the probability that an existing individual property is above the action level for radon, and further guidance, can be obtained for a small fee from the UKRadon.

Informative: Radon Affected Areas are designated by the Health Protection Agency. It is recommended that the level of radon gas should be measured in all properties within Radon Affected Areas. The present owner or (for a new property) the builder should be asked whether protective measures were incorporated in the construction of the property; whether radon levels have been measured in the property; whether the levels were at or above the action level (prescribed by the HPA) and if so whether remedial measure where installed and whether the radon levels were re-tested and confirmed the effectiveness of the measures.

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Please note for properties within New Forest National Park access to the planning records would be via the New Forest National Park website

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Last updated: 20 October 2017 | Last reviewed: 20 October 2017