Build, Build, Build! Profit From PD Rights

by Ranjan Bhattacharya

19:00 PM, 3rd July 2020
About a month ago

Build, Build, Build! Profit From PD Rights

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Build, Build, Build! Profit From PD Rights

I’m filled with excitement, because Boris has announced new Permitted Development rules and a whole scale reform of the planning system.

In this video I am going to share with you some of these new announcements and what they mean to property developers and investors.

Please click on the video below:



Comments

Whiteskifreak Surrey

7:32 AM, 4th July 2020
About a month ago

Haven't we heard that before? Whatever that man says is a lie.

Hemant Shah

9:05 AM, 4th July 2020
About a month ago

Very useful information for small investors & developers.
Rajan is encouraging people who has courage to develop themselves in coming years
Please keep it

Penny Drinkwater

9:26 AM, 4th July 2020
About a month ago

Interesting but if you have had your pd rights taken away historically, by the local planners then it doesn’t mean a thing.

david porter

10:58 AM, 4th July 2020
About a month ago

in National Parks permitted developments are not allowed.
You have to go for planning permission. The coucillors and employees in the planning department mainly live in the park.
So nobody gets planning permission for what would other wise be a routine permitted development. A run down and derilict building which would get permission in the rest of the country will simply not be considered. Of course this smells funny. It only occurs in the Tory shires. The worst cse of NIMBYISM. Perhaps Starmer wil take this up?

Rennie

12:26 PM, 4th July 2020
About a month ago

Love your cooshn!

TheBiggerPicture

16:29 PM, 4th July 2020
About a month ago

If anyone with building, or renovating skills spots an opportunity in this market, but needs a partner with finance, and financing skills. Feel free to contact myself.

russell branch

8:03 AM, 7th July 2020
About a month ago

Very helpful. Thank you for all your efforts on behalf of us small time landlords and developers.


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