Once a complaint has been received and considered as to whether it meets the legal tests, we will write to explain the process.
We will publish the details of the action we believe necessary in a formal 'remedial notice'. This may include:
- measures to be taken
- a timescale for such works
- or preventative action to ensure that there is no recurrence of the adverse affect.
While the remedial notice has effect it will be a local land charge and will be binding on each person who is the existing owner or occupier of the land specified in the notice.
A remedial notice can be amended, withdrawn or we can waive or relax a requirement of the notice.