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    Conservatory over drain listed house

    Hahaha sorry. I’m ashamed to say I smelled it to double check :sick:
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    Conservatory over drain listed house

    Trust me, that’s exactly what I thought when I opened it
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    Conservatory over drain listed house

    This is under the inspection cover, the bit in the middle feels like a very thin plastic membrane, some sort of cement swirl on top, bizarre.
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    Conservatory over drain listed house

    Well according to the plans they do yes, I don’t know if they diverted at all though. I don’t want to open up the inspection chamber to have a look as it’s got an odd cement / plastic seal on it and I won’t be able to seal it like that again…
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    Conservatory over drain listed house

    Thank you for your reply, that’s what I wanted to hear. Specifically though is it not an issue because it was done well before the rules changed, and or because it has an accessible inspection chamber, or something else? Thanks again.
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    Conservatory over drain listed house

    Hi guys, looking for a bit advice please! So I’m selling my house, it’s a grade 2 listed cottage with a conservatory build on the back, there’s all the correct listed buildings consent for the conservatory which was built in 1996. My issue is it was built on top of a drain. I understand the...
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