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    • ric1982
    • By ric1982 13th May 18, 10:22 AM
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    Is the property
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    • 13th May 18, 10:22 AM
    Is the property 13th May 18 at 10:22 AM
    Hi,

    For the mortgage purpose , what would be the answer to the
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    Last edited by ric1982; 14-05-2018 at 7:42 PM.
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    • Clutterfree
    • By Clutterfree 13th May 18, 10:28 AM
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    • 13th May 18, 10:28 AM
    In my opinion no.
    If the large building to the left of your property was a pub, etc then it might be a different answer.
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    • bouicca21
    • By bouicca21 13th May 18, 2:29 PM
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    • 13th May 18, 2:29 PM
    Is the main entrance/exit for the garage on the cul de sac? If yes, I'd consider it near, if not, then not!
    • ric1982
    • By ric1982 13th May 18, 2:45 PM
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    • 13th May 18, 2:45 PM
    Is the main entrance/exit for the garage on the cul de sac? If yes, I'd consider it near, if not, then not!
    Originally posted by bouicca21
    Thanks.

    The entrance/exit for the garage is on the high street (left in the pic in yellow). (opp. direction). The house is near the cul de sac's end. There is no right of way for vehicles from cul-de-sac to the guarage but pedestrians can walk from cul-de-sac to garage and on high street..
    Last edited by ric1982; 13-05-2018 at 2:47 PM.
    • davidmcn
    • By davidmcn 13th May 18, 4:17 PM
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    • 13th May 18, 4:17 PM
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    • 13th May 18, 4:17 PM
    It's a bit vague (and in practice they're more likely to judge it according to what their valuer reports), but they really mean "close enough to cause a disturbance". Certainly immediately adjacent or across the road, but probably not your location.
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