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Land for sale in Norwich NR14

£200,000

A Brilliant opportunity to purchase a potential building plot on the edge of a sought after village, The plot is half an acre in size and is subject to planning permission.


the plot is available as a single plot of half an acre or for a whole of 1 and a half acres. all sales are subject to planning permission.

The land is being sold with an option for a buyer to purchase the land once planning permission has been granted. The planning permission would be the responsibility of the prospective purchaser to get granted. The sale price would be agreed by both parties and then contracts for purchase would be issued in the normal way at this point then plans would be submitted to the local council.

The land is being sold with an option for a buyer to purchase the land once planning permission has been granted. The planning permission would be the responsibility of the prospective purchaser to get granted. The sale price would be agreed by both parties and then contracts for purchase would be issued in the normal way at this point then plans would be submitted to the local council.