I was wondering if anybody may be able to give me any advice at all. My Parents have a lot of land at the back of their house, plenty of room to build a structure. we havent thought about what type of structure yet because the issue of planning permission would need to be considered first.
My question is this, as the land is in my Parents back Garden we currently have no access to this area except through the house. It may very well be possible to get access from the rear in the future because the back wall of the garden leades onto a car park, and I believe the owner would be happy to grant permission for a doorway to be put in this wall.
Do you now if this would help or would it simply not be possible because there is no direct access to the garden?
It is just something which we have decided to consider recently, it just seems a shame to leave the land wasting away there.
Thanks in advance for any replies.
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Basically your only chance would be to create a route through the existing house - preferably external and private to whatever you'd propose in the rear garden (I presume you are talking about a dwelling of some sort). In that case whatever front garden area thereis would most likely become a communal parking area. It would be a very difficult thing to acheive both visually and without messing up the layout of the existing house. However it's feasable that you could end up with a viable site for a new house which of course could be very lucrative!
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