The Times, Bricks & Mortar, 22 July 2016

22nd July 2016

“The general age of these properties, which if neglected can result in hidden decay requiring considerable investment farther down the line,” says Ben Horne, of Middleton Advisors in The Times newspaper's Bricks and Mortar section “Running costs will also be higher. Period houses were built to have open fires roaring throughout the day, heating the structure and then emanating warmth throughout the building. As most rectories are listed buildings, any alterations and extensions will be subject to planning and building consents.”

(Please note that online content in the Times newspaper is subject to subscription, so this link may be firewalled).

Categories: In the press

 

Previous Next