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  1. Not really a house price related thread - but definitely East Anglia based. To cut a long question short, bearing in mind that policies and attitudes vary from one county council to another across this land....... Have been looking at just possibly purchasing a modest speculative plot in one of a number of possible personally desired Norfolk locations (North Norfolk is personally preferred to much of the Southern parts). Speculative in that the plots are all located either in immediate vicinity of existing cluster of residential properties (as opposed to the only nearby structures/buildings
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