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Old 26-02-2017, 03:50 AM
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Question Land with planning for business and house. advice please.

My partner and his father are interested in a piece of land for their business. the land currently has a business running from the site but also has planning for a house.

What they would like to do is run their business from the site but also build a home for us along side. Would my partner and I be able to get a separate mortgage to build? Or would everything need to go through the business? This would be our first home. Unsure how it would all work?
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Old 09-06-2017, 11:41 AM
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Default Re: Land with planning for business and house. advice please.

i'd maybe seek advice from a local surveyor / architect to check over the plans on there and what you can do, they should be able to help
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