[Tagging] Landuse=farmyard vs residential
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Thu Jun 13 07:22:38 UTC 2019
On Thu, 13 Jun 2019 at 02:25, Warin <61sundowner at gmail.com> wrote:
> Usually they won't be used for residential purposes .. unless they have
> been demolished.
Around here a LOT of farms have converted at least one outbuilding to a
Most are still working farms. In some cases the conversions have been sold
permanent residences. Farming is hard and unrewarding these days, so
holiday lets brings in an alternative source of income whilst selling off
brings in capital. Farms that become uneconomic can end up with all the
being conversions for residential use.
There's also an element of planning permission to this. Permission to put
up an outbuilding
goes through very easily. Permission for conversion to worker
accommodation is relatively
easy to get. Selling off worker accommodation as no longer required is OK
It tends to be the case that older outbuilding conversions are used as
because they're seen as having more charm, and given names like The
Conversion of farm buildings to residential buildings is not only possible,
it's frequent in
some parts of the world.
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