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Old 17th October 2011, 10:21   #1 (permalink)
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All of us on our complex (12 villa's) have being issued a letter from the Belediye that our boundary wall has to be knocked down and moved back about 1 metre to give a wider road between other sites, we have checked to see if the builder is responsible for building the wall in the wrong place to start with and who should pay the bill, well the builder has refused to pay amd said its now up to us to pay.
Can anyone give any advice on this please.
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Re: boudary walls

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Planning permission rules state that you cannot build a permanent structure closer than three meters from your boundary, if a road is next to your boundary you cannot build closer than five metres and if a river runs next to your boundary the limit is seven metres. This is not a new regulation, it has always been in existence.

If your wall is actually on the boundary line the Belediye are still entitled to request this land under a compulsory purchase order. However the sum awarded would probably not cover the cost of a new wall (depending on its height and length) What is normal practice here in Ortakent, is for the landowner to donate the land to the Belediye in return for a replacement wall.

If your boundary wall is not on the boundary line, this could be a whole different animal.
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All of us on our complex (12 villa's) have being issued a letter from the Belediye that our boundary wall has to be knocked down and moved back about 1 metre to give a wider road between other sites, we have checked to see if the builder is responsible for building the wall in the wrong place to start with and who should pay the bill, well the builder has refused to pay amd said its now up to us to pay.
Can anyone give any advice on this please.
Just grin and bare it,no use trying to fight it just get together and replace it.
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I posted this last week,
Planning permission rules state that you cannot build a permanent structure closer than three meters from your boundary, if a road is next to your boundary you cannot build closer than five metres and if a river runs next to your boundary the limit is seven metres. This is not a new regulation, it has always been in existence.

If your wall is actually on the boundary line the Belediye are still entitled to request this land under a compulsory purchase order. However the sum awarded would probably not cover the cost of a new wall (depending on its height and length) What is normal practice here in Ortakent, is for the landowner to donate the land to the Belediye in return for a replacement wall.

If your boundary wall is not on the boundary line, this could be a whole different animal.
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The original plans we have showed that there was more land to the boundary but about 3 years later someone started to build 4 apartments opposite which was supposed to be our communial land The Belidyre will not move an inch and we have to knock it down, although it has health & safety issues and will make car parking more difficult which this was pointed out to them they would not consider this as an issue, so we now have quotes in, to knock down and re build.
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Just grin and bare it,no use trying to fight it just get together and replace it.
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I suppose you are right, its going to cost each villa owner about 138 each
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I suppose you are right, its going to cost each villa owner about 138 each
Its all wrong, wrong, wrong but, the fight would cost you more and you would definately lose.
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You have now added a new element to this situation and that is these four new apartments built on what you say was your land collectively. Who built these houses and who owns them? This is now beginning to sound like another case of foreigners being stolen from due to their disadvantaged position regards understanding the language and the law. is everybody here in this country a crook?
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I would pay the cash and Pi$$ all over the materials every morning before work starts.

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Lindisfarne,

You have now added a new element to this situation and that is these four new apartments built on what you say was your land collectively. Who built these houses and who owns them? This is now beginning to sound like another case of foreigners being stolen from due to their disadvantaged position regards understanding the language and the law. is everybody here in this country a crook?
Pete,
We are discreetly looking at the original plans , who we bought through the builders we all know well and trying to establish the adjacent land we all thought we owned as part of the site but I personally think that the spare land was sold off because we are one of a few original owners who were told that land was ours and the new owners that came later did not know nothing. so we will wait and see what the outcome will be, then if we can prove it was our land then legal procedings will follow to the person / persons that sold the land to the new developer of the 4 apartments. time wil tell, I just hope we are right and may have a claim on 4 apartments that maybe illegally built on our land.
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