Good to see something resembling enforcement taking place.
Although I have minimal sympathy for anyone daft enough to buy an overpriced flat in something this ugly, can the owners/occupiers of flats that have already been sold sue their solicitors for failing to spot that the development bore no resemblance to what had planning consent?
That's an interesting question and one I don't know the answer to. However I would have thought they'd sue the developer as someone for the developer would need to sign a certificate of completion and any buyer's contract is ultimately with the developer, but as I say I really don't know.
I am considering buying a flat in the development at 70 Great Suffolk Street, which I believe is also by the same developer as Artbrand House. I am concerned to read this story - does anyone know anything else about this developer? The building is not yet complete so it is difficult to judge what the final quality will be like.
Iím actually in the same boat dstern, interested in the scheme but donít want to do anything and then find the property is non-compliant. I wonder if thereís any way of getting confirmation from the council...?