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Two plots with one planning permission

George Hampson has found an ideal site that comes with permission to build his dream home – but an adjacent property is tied into the consent. Mike Dade takes a closer look at this complicated planning situation

WHO George Hampson

WHAT Two rural plots for sale with one planning permission covering both sites. Will this situation complicate the opportunity to build one new five-bedroom home?

WHERE Norfolk

George Hampson has spent quite some time looking for suitable land on which to build a large, five-bedroom family home. He’d like something rural, but good plots in the countryside are few and far between. He’s found a promising looking opportunity on the market, but it’s complicated by virtue of there being two sites, for sale together or separately, but with only one planning permission covering both. Could this situation work out for George?

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