forrestry commision

This topic contains 6 replies, has 4 voices, and was last updated by  Anonymous 8 years, 4 months ago.

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  • #55039

    Anonymous
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    Me and my partner bought 30 thousand square metres of land in xert about 4 years ago we went through a solcitor.we then employed a spanish architect todraw plans and obtain planning permision.we had the land bore tested as well.after 18 months we were then refused the final stamp by the forrestry they said a fire 10 years ago affected part of our land,and therefore we coud not build.we got a solicitor involved as we know of 3 houses who were affected with fire in the area.they got permission.we have paid £1000 already to the solicitor whi is spanish and based in valencia and he has got nowhere he wants another £1000 to carry on………feels like we are banging our heads against a rick wall.

  • #92513

    Anonymous
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    Sorry to hear of your problem. What are you asking?

  • #92547

    Anonymous
    Participant

    well does anyone know if we could put a prefab on our land without permission asked the solicitor and of course he avoiding finding out for us as he wants another £1000 to carry on .

  • #92548

    katy
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    I don’t know if it varies by region but in Andalucia even a garden hut needs permission.

  • #92756

    Anonymous
    Participant

    Are you trying to build from scratch, or are you renovating an old building? And is your Spanish arquitecto local, i.e., from near Xert? It’s a lovely area, we want to relocate to that general area in a few years’ time. I’d love to hear more about your experiences there.

  • #93101

    Anonymous
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    Hya yes its a lovely area,we picked a local architect we wanted to build from scratch,as there was other houses built in the same area we didnt think there would be a problem,they got their building permission even though the fire 10 years ago went on to their land however they got permission 3 years ago.Our solicitor pointed this out to the forrestry commision but they wouldnt budge.

  • #92901

    Anonymous
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    Hya yes its a lovely area,we picked a local architect we wanted to build from scratch,as there was other houses built in the same area we didnt think there would be a problem,they got their building permission even though the fire 10 years ago went on to their land however they got permission 3 years ago.Our solicitor pointed this out to the forrestry commision but they wouldnt budge.

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