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eve1974 | 21:06 Mon 30th Nov 2020 | Law
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if a plot of land with a derelict house was bought could we:

demolish the house and erect a static caravan home / lodge type dwelling. To live in permanently eventually but initially just as a holiday home.

Land is in Wales.

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Replacing the old house with a new residential unit would, in itself, be unlikely to be regarded as a 'material change of use' (although there's no actual legal definition of the phrase). So that's one hurdle which doesn't need to be cleared. However you will have to seek a formal decision as to whether the planning authority views the demolition (and...
21:29 Mon 30th Nov 2020
Ask the Local Planning Authority, not AB.
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ty atheist - yes of course I would ask planning permission before we decided further. Just was wanting an idea tonight really - it's okay to sit n dream on a Monday night.
Replacing the old house with a new residential unit would, in itself, be unlikely to be regarded as a 'material change of use' (although there's no actual legal definition of the phrase). So that's one hurdle which doesn't need to be cleared.

However you will have to seek a formal decision as to whether the planning authority views the demolition (and subsequent redevelopment of the site) as requiring formal planning permission:
https://gov.wales/planning-permission-demolition
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ty buenchico this gives me broad idea
Eve; it's worth dreaming about it; it might come true - not out of the question; just have a word with the LPA ASAP before you get too carried away. Good luck.
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Ty atheist, Ah dreams are good ... it’s. Possibility it might come true. I vague possibility lol but possible non the less

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