Our original aim was add a mobile home (log cabin) but the council don't like the idea. A lot of the garden is not curtilage as it was added to the plot after the original build.
We wanted a country location and a bigger house comes with even more land and the prices went up exponentially. We...
Having gone through the nervous wait for exchange I now find I am going to have to carry on waiting. In order to complete our multigenerational home we now need planning permission . Life is full of waiting.
If profits have gone up three fold what cost increase has driven that?! Or is it just profiteering? How much would high street petrol be if they kept profits to a simple inflation matching level.
BTW I failed economics at University
96p per litre for heating oil for my son last week, I managed to get a fixed price energy tarrif last week at the pre rise price . I haven't seen any petrol price reduction since the budget maybe it just curtailed ongoing rises.