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Theres the matter of listed buildings too.

thanks - any links?
I'll have a look. For the moment just the Listed Building Basics article

And soon the sellers pack NT 13:17, 21 January 2007 (GMT)

I thought that had been dropped, or at least shelved. --John Stumbles 18:43, 21 January 2007 (GMT)
AIUI it was going ahead, but without all the parts in it that were originally planned for it. If you send me an email addy I can get you some upto date info if you like.NT 00:18, 22 January 2007 (GMT)

Perhaps you could put it in a wiki page - maybe Homebuyers Information Pack ?

--John Stumbles 13:31, 22 January 2007 (GMT)

There is no shortage of articles I could write, but that is not one I'm especially likely to, hence the offer. If you do email me anything let me know, as I rarely check the spamdump addy.

NT 15:13, 22 January 2007 (GMT)

Well how about pasting it into this talk page for anyone with the interest and Round Tuits to massage into an article. Or is it too big?

--John Stumbles 00:26, 23 January 2007 (GMT)

OK theres a recent 7 page discussion on seller's packs here with some of the people involved: NT 03:17, 23 January 2007 (GMT)

There's also deeds, older deeds especially may contain various clauses, restrictions etc NT 22:10, 30 January 2007 (GMT)

removing gas meters

gas regulations prevent me from removing my gas meter. The supplier doesn't want to remove it, or wants to charge me £143 for them to do so. I refused.

I removed all the consumer side gas piping, which is my property. This leaves the meter outlet exposed. I pointed out to the supplier that htis was a danger, but they ignored me. They also kept sending bills for the meter rental because it was still on the premises.

The only solution, since the supplier wasn't interested, was to go direct to the area utilty provider and report an unsafe gas installation. An emergency fitter soon arrived and disconnected the main inlet pipe.

I took dated photographs as evidence. I am ignoring the continuing billing demands. How long must I wait until I can sling their meter in the skip, I wonder?