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PaulT
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When a piece of land has a CU is that indefinite or is it time limited?

Reason for asking is that we are fairly isolated with excellent views and just noticed outside the Mairie that there is an application to enable building on the plot next to ours which if sold and built upon could mar a fabulous view as well as having neighbours. Hence, would it be worth buying it to stop the building whilst giving us a saleable asset in the future.
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Sorry, I can't answer your question, but the Maire has the power to revoke it (in this area 87 - your circumstances may vary)

2 plots away from our house, there stood a sheep barn on 3000 sq. m with CU. he plot was sold to someone, with the intention of converting the barn into habitable accomodation. It was not possible due to the condition of the structure and demolition was in order. However, the Maire said that if something was not built on the land, he would revoke the CU, making it a fairly expensive field. So now we have a hamlet of 100 year + houses and a 7 year old 3 bed detached.

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