Jan 15, 2021 6:50 am
Hi! Sorry if this is an obvious query.
We are looking at buying a small acerage of land in Tas (ideally outside Hobart) and there are some very affordable lots that have a lot of bush on them. I'm just wondering if these are every worth looking into?
Is clearing expensive/a lot of work? Also are there limits on what can be cleared, and if so what are they?
Any info appreciated
Re: Buying Land that needs clearing - worth it?2
Mar 18, 2021 10:54 am
There are strict rules on what you can clear in Tasmania, it all depends on what zone they are in the planning Regs. Saying that we where allowed to clear a good amount for around our house and it also depends on what bal rating the land has.
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