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Old 08-06-2017, 01:27 PM
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Default Building 50 flats in West Bromwich Area

Hello All,
I have bought a piece of land 1 acre land last month. and approached with the local council with pre-application to build 50 flats in a block there. I received affirmative response from the council.
Now, I am trying to find out the building cost to check if my numbers stacks up well.
Does anybody got an idea about what is the build up cost per sq. meter in West Midland area?
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