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    • tcem
    • By tcem 18th May 17, 6:42 PM
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    Building plot value
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    Building plot value 18th May 17 at 6:42 PM
    Hi just after little bit of advice on behalf of someone. There is a discrepancy over the value of some land that has now arisen from a valuation carried out in 2004. The land had no planning permission on it at the time. Would a valuer now be able to give a rough idea as to what a piece of land would have been worth in 2004 or would we be wasting our time asking? Would there be a record of land values etc?

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    Yes, valuers can give retrospective valuations (quite common for e.g. negligence cases).
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