A demolition notice is used to tell tenants and leaseholders that we plan to demolish their home in the future and explains why this is necessary.
Demolition notices come in two stages:
In both cases, the notice will clearly state the period it is valid for.
You can still make a Right to Buy application when an Initial Demolition Notice affecting your home is in place, but the process may be suspended until either a Final Demolition Notice has been served, or the Initial Demolition Notice ceases.
When a Final Demolition Notice is in force, all existing or future Right to Buy applications can be refused.
If an Initial Demolition Notice is issued, you can ask for compensation for professional fees and expenses you may have paid. You will need to make this claim within three months of the serving of either notice.
Every demolition notice should:
We will publicise any demolition notices in the local press and on our website.
An Initial Demolition Notice has been served on the following properties:
For further information please contact Housing Management on 01883 732801 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Or write to us at:
Tandridge District Council
8 Station Road East
Oxted RH8 0BT
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