Buying Property in Poland
The Definitive Guide to
Buying Polish Property

Change of Use

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Chapter 7: Property Types
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"... it (see Forested Land below). The obvious choice would be areas around or within the borders of major cities and towns. As they expand there is every chance you will be successful in a Change of Use application, which would generate substantial capital gain. But other locations where ..."
"...Change of Use is never guaranteed however and so agricultural land is only for the speculative investor or the genuine farmer. As a general point it is expected to increase in value anyway as the permit system comes to an end and due to the rising demand for soil suitable for the ..."
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"... however it may be difficult to generate any income from it. If you are speculating this way choose buildings close to, or in, large residential areas where future Change of Use applications are more likely to be successful. Otherwise warehousing in its own right is an excellent source ..."

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"...Change of Use local government and bureaucracy go together all too often in Poland and when it comes to land and property local government has some wide ranging powers at its disposal including issuing building permits and Change of Use classifications for land or dividing areas into smaller plots. ..."

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Chapter 13: After the Purchase
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"... it is worth checking. Finally if you are very concerned reinforced glass windows can be fitted but this is an expensive option. - Change of Use Applications - With the majority of land not yet classified 'Change of Use' may sound ironic but this is still required if you want to use a ..."
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"... With the majority of land not yet classified 'Change of Use' may sound ironic but this is still required if you want to use a plot for something other than what it actually is at the moment. A green field in a town with no classification is not an open ticket to build housing or offices. ..."
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"... drawings. Computer generated images are also advantageous. It should be noted that by law the local government has up to 12 months to decide on Change of Use applications and up to 12 months to consider a permit. It is therefore a good idea to apply for both at once. It is possible ..."

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