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I've seen a wreck of a house in the SW that I might be able to afford.

It comes with 0.45 acres of scrubland/woodland (but it is of no use for building on)

I'm already scared by water charges on suburban semis with tiny gardens. Would anyone proffer a figure of how much water drainage might be on land of this size? Could it be approaching £1000/yr? How could I find this out? They agent has no information.

Cheers,

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Get a bore hole well put in as it will cost just the electricity per litre, then keep a meterd water supply as backup.

In Ireland we had that setup with a septic tank - worked really well.

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I've seen a wreck of a house in the SW that I might be able to afford.

It comes with 0.45 acres of scrubland/woodland (but it is of no use for building on)

I'm already scared by water charges on suburban semis with tiny gardens. Would anyone proffer a figure of how much water drainage might be on land of this size? Could it be approaching £1000/yr? How could I find this out? They agent has no information.

Cheers,

Scrub/woodland absorbs water naturally without the need for a public sewer. Is there even a public sewer in the area?

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