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The quiet end of the line? NO

by DevAssist Team on March 4, 2015 No comments

Surrey Cul de sac extension

Just like the Sussex case study see how this established cul de sac built in the late 1980’s can be extended.

The abutting land showed great potential and on further investigation we established that the original developer was in fact selling a ransom strip (a small strip of land normally retained by developers at the end of cul de sacs that controls future development).

The house house wasn’t going to be the equiet end of the line that the buyer expected. Who would not want to find that out (probably the seller!).


DevAssist TeamThe quiet end of the line? NO

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