Property Factors: Next to Commercial (Sui Generis)

Our standard acceptability

Not Acceptable

Criteria definition:

Indicates if we can potentially lend on a property where it borders 'Sui Generis' commercial premises. Certain uses do not fall within any use class and are considered 'sui generis' (Lit. Unique / of its own kind). Such uses include: theatres, houses in multiple occupation, hostels providing no significant element of care, scrap yards. Petrol filling stations and shops selling and/or displaying motor vehicles. Retail warehouse clubs, nightclubs, launderettes, taxi businesses, amusement centres and casinos.

Policy Notes:

Family Building Society will not lend on properties that border class 'Sui Generis' commercial premises.

Criteria categories:
  • general
  • Property

Last updated:

08 November 2018