In fact, that’s all we do. At American Forest Management, we’ve successfully managed the sale and acquisition of rural land for decades. In partnership with Whitehall Executive Developments Limited, we offer for sale development land at Agnes Street, Stanley amounting to 0.17 hectares (0.43 acres) or thereabouts. Texas has several large university systems and has a growing economy in high tech industries. Our field office personnel are uniquely qualified with on-the-ground knowledge of local land values, forest product markets and regulations regarding land use and management. I subsequently acquired planning permission to erect 4kw ground standing PV panels on the land.
The first point which it is important to grasp is that the ‘curtilage’ (or the ‘residential curtilage’) of a property does not represent a use of land for planning purposes. Our excess land parcels are for sale on a continual basis, even though we periodically sponsor public land auctions. Lashley Land stands head and shoulders above the others for the quality of its people, quality of the paperwork and quality of the experiences for my clients and I. It was necessary to prove to Planning that the land acquired was actually previously used as a garden.
The land is used as a garden in conjunction with the use of the house but is separated by a shared access pathway that runs behind the properties between the rear wall and the garden. We offer for sale Shotley Bridge Village Hall, Shotley Bridge amounting to approximately 0.07 hectares (0.179 acres), with a Gross Internal Area of 300m². If you’re looking to timber cruise land then Speaks Land will have plots for you to choose from.
We start by doing research and analysis to advise you on the highest-and-best use of your land within the current marketplace, and then apply the most effective selling method. Whether or not the land in question has now been incorporated in the domestic curtilage of the enquirer’s house is a slightly different point, but the purposes it serves (vegetable plot, extra lawns, etc.) would certainly appear to make it part of the curtilage (as per Sinclair Lockhart’s Trustees).
The presence of the DLR restricts what can be built on the land at 2 Creekside, as there is an exclusion zone around the structure, so the plans include mobile ‘shepherd’s huts’ under the viaduct with views across the creek. I have the owner’s permission to build a garage on the land but the Council say that the garage must be built in a style sympathetic to the listed building as it is within its curtilage.