Hi we have a house in Brittany and want to buy and build on additional land next to ours. The land is constructable and we have submitted plans with an architect. We have been told that planning is likely to be refused because the planners are saying the. Total of our existing land and the new plot represent a single project. The new land is intended as a holiday site only with three chalets. It will have a completely separate electricity feed and completely independent water and drainage. All this will have independent metering and the site will have its own tax and utilities billing. Does the planning office have the right to decide this is single project (which it is not)? Our existing property is approximately 200 square meters and each of the three wooden chalets will be 60 square meters. John and Yolanda XXX
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