Listed Buildings legal indemnity news

Below you’ll find articles or communications we’ve issued over the last couple of years which are related to our Listed Buildings indemnities.

Summer 2019 - Making a mountain out of a Listed molehill
Intouch Summer 2019 - Making a mountain out of a Listed molehill
Recent stories in the press suggest that local councils are taking to the skies to help them in their efforts to investigate, and take action against, unauthorised home improvements.
Summer 2019 - Claims case study: Listed buildings
Intouch Summer 2019 - Claims case study: Listed buildings
When a listed building is involved, the works involved resolving enforcement action, even on small alterations, can quickly escalate and become an expensive and time-consuming claim.
Winter 2014 - Blacklisted - a claim case study
Intouch Winter 2014 - Blacklisted - a claim case study
The new owners of a listed property were shocked to have local planning officers pay them a visit, just days after having moved in, regarding work carried out by the previous owners.
Winter 2014 - Cutting the red tape
Intouch Winter 2014 - Cutting the red tape
bureaucracy n. :– a rigid system of administration in which action is impeded by unnecessary official procedures.