Ask an Property Solicitor. Get an Answer ASAP.
I am happy to wait.
Any luck yet in finding an expert?
Yes please continue to look for someone.
Yes we have spoken about this before – but there were some other things that came to mind afterwards.
I realised that I did not understand what was meant by “permanent objects of the Transferees” and whether this was uses in addition to educational use by the Transferee.
Can you clarify?
When you say “it is used for education purposes in ADDITION to the objectives of the Council” is this saying that the Council can use if for EITHER educational purposes OR any other Council use?
So if the Council use (say) 80% of the building for education administration and 20% for other office activities not related to education, are they in breach of this condition?
Or is this 20% OK, as the main use is still educational?
You mentioned previously that I could bring an injunction based on my ‘locus’ if the Council tried to sell the land or allow a third party to use it for non-educational purposes.
Since the Council have continuously used the building for primarily educational purposes, is this still an action available to me?
Thank you Alex
I appreciate that this is getting into the realms of uncertainty.
I guess I need to try to obtain an injunction.
If successful, this will at least put an obstacle in the way of the Council selling the land to developers, and hopefully make the Planning Committee think seriously about granting permission for a residential development on Metropolitan Open Land.
If you have any suggestions as to what I should / should not present – then this would be appreciated.
If not, thank you again for discussing this subject with me.