IT was included on our land registry plans, which at the time were with our building society. About two years after we were advised by our solicitor that the vendors had refused to sign the original deeds/plans as they hadn't intended to include the cobbled area which they wanted to retain for "sight" purposes - the drive is close to a bend in the road. At the time, although we protested at first, we signed of the plans so that registry would be completed.
The area has now been sold to the developer and heavy lorries are driving over the area and breaking the cobbles up. .He said he would
discuss it at a later date.
Do we have any leverage in this matter.
Thank you for your help.
Dear Jo C,
Thank you for your reply. We have rated it as OK because it was more or less what we had expected. I suppose we had hope for some sort of "miracle" suggestion that we hadn't thought of.
We are on pretty good terms with the developer so it might be possible to persuade him to sell the cobbled area to us when the building is near to completion.
Once again, thank you for your assistance with this matter.