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22 Jun, 2016

Estate agent boards banned in Wandsworth London

Posted by: Geoff Davis In: Estate agents|Housing|Planning|regulations

estate agents signs banned

Estate agents signs banned

Estate agents use branded boards to advertise their sales or lets at the actual property. This is quite useful if you are moving to a new area, as you can walk around and collect up the various agents’ details.
Nowadays it is all done on the internet so this physical process is less important.

Boards are unpopular, especially on estates, where there can be many boards put up. They are an eyesore and Wandsworth Council in South Lindon has made a stand.

Boards are not banned as such, but now need planning permission in four areas – Putney, Clapham, Balham and Lavender Hill. There is also an online breach of rules form so you can report any naughty agents.

See Wandsworth Council planning for more details on estate agent boards >

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