This appears to be a 24mm ‘Low E’, argon-filled, double-glazed unit. I agree the labelling is very confusing, but I actually think you're fine.
Just get another buyer
For the most part, neighbours comment on whatever information is provided. It's true that a neighbour more familiar with the consultation scheme...
'ensure the aesthetics are acceptable to the neighbours'
There's no obligation to notify anyone as to the proposed aesthetics under the Neighbour...
Do keep up. The rule only applies if the refusal happened within 12 months of the notification that PD was being suspended - it's very unlikely...
If that's what the client/buyer agrees to, then why not?
The only thing that must be included by law, is VAT (exemptions apply).
Why not go for 4m, under the Neighbour Consultation Scheme?
Actually, I see that compensation can only be claimed 12 months from the earlier of either the date when the council gave notice of the Article 4...
Unless the rules have been recently amended, where a Local Planning Authority refuses permission for development which would have been permitted...
They may change their minds when the compensation claims start rolling in
The seller is obliged to make buyers aware of ongoing disputes - which will be interesting.
Result! (Albeit a long time coming)
I see that the MHCLG have now made this scheme permanent... http://www.legislation.gov.uk/uksi/2019/907/regulation/4/made
I don't think you're going to find a useful product thinner than 20mm.
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