Village Green Registration

Cover against damages or compensation awards, costs of altering/ demolishing, diminution in value, abortive costs, where a third party applies to the relevant statutory authority for the registration of the Property (or any part thereof) as a Town or Village Green.

Information Required:

1.  A Plan identifying the land to be developed.

2. Background information on the following:

a)      A history of the site and its previous uses.

b)      Evidence to rebut grounds for an application to register the land as village green by reference to the criteria in section 15 Commons Act 2006, e.g. any fencing or signage around the site; details of the current use by the legal owner permitting use of the land.

c)       Photographs of the land detailing current state and boundaries.

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We would be delighted to discuss your Village Greens/Commons Indemity requirements further.  Please submit your details and brief requirements below. We will then make early contact to deal with your request.

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