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 Post subject: Buying Plot of Land
PostPosted: Sun Oct 23, 2016 2:57 pm 
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Hi looking at a plot of land near PC - whilst the rest of land surrounding has been built on in sub-plots this one is vacant plot and has never had any planning applications submitted.

Would love to hear from anyone whom has done their own self build in Lanzarote?

Also about funding etc


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 Post subject: Re: Buying Plot of Land
PostPosted: Sun Oct 23, 2016 3:36 pm 
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First and foremost...check with the Ayuntamiento that the plot is ´´urbanizable´´.....do NOT take the estate agents word for this !!! ....and check what percentage of the plot you are allowed to build on....( can be as low as 5% to 10%....and up to 95%).....also check for accessibility to electric ,water and sewer system as the cost of providing the link from the nearest supply to your property will be paid by you ( and also IF you can connect to the supplies.....not always the case)....find a good local architect to draw up /submit your plans......and wait and wait and wait,,,,,for an eventual answer from the local planning dept.
Then find a reputable builder ,then find a supplier of the building materials you want....then wait again and wait....until eventually construction starts.....Best of luck :shock: :? :) :D


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 Post subject: Re: Buying Plot of Land
PostPosted: Sun Oct 23, 2016 7:42 pm 
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checked on the site and its urban - ( https://ayuntamientodeyaiza.es/publico/territorio ) literally all the plots around are sold and built on. From that too can see most are 40-50% habitable build. As there are other houses on both sides am hoping utilities etc would be easy to connect.

Any local contacts be great as thinking of asking for an appraisal when we are over shortly.


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