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Stan deweloperski vs stan surowy [developing or undeveloping property state]


grubas 12 | 1382  
17 May 2011 /  #31
From a purely aesthetic point of view, it's bloody ugly to see all these half finished houses.

Well,not everyone is as aesthetic as you are.Another thing is that people in Poland have families and some of these families have big a$$ houses so they they can live there while working on their own places without paying arm and leg to the banks.

What's worse is that local authorities don't actually seem to have the power to tell people "finish it, or we pull it down" like in most countries.

Say what?The local "authorities" have already too much to say about what people can or can not do with THEIR properties.If I want to live in a dog house it should be nobody's ******* bussines.Luckily it is not America yet and "the local authorities" can't tell you what you can or can not keep on YOURS property.
SeanBM 34 | 5786  
17 May 2011 /  #32
Luckily it is not America yet and "the local authorities" can't tell you what you can or can not keep on YOURS property.

My neighbors got fined for having a pile of rubble on their property.
grubas 12 | 1382  
17 May 2011 /  #33
Now that's seriously ****** up,seems it got worse over the last few years.
wildrover 98 | 4431  
17 May 2011 /  #34
My neighbors got fined for having a pile of rubble on their property.

Not in Poland surely...??

Everybody i know in Poland has got a pile of rubble in the garden...

The local villagers shunned me untill i got myself a pile of rubble and some old window frames to decorate the garden...
SeanBM 34 | 5786  
17 May 2011 /  #35
Not in Poland surely...??

Yeah. seriously, she told me because of my pile of rubble.

The local villagers shunned me untill i got myself a pile of rubble and some old window frames to decorate the garden...

:) :) :)

Many people use rubble here for under layer for the not yet existing road to the not yet existing mansion that someday they will live in.
wildrover 98 | 4431  
18 May 2011 /  #36
Many people use rubble here for under layer for the not yet existing road

Yeah , there,s a few tons of it gone down on the back road to my farm..

In winter it gets a bit somme like... the Jeep and Landrover can get through it , but anyone who comes in a car can dissapear...never to be seen again..

I am developing my place into a hovel...are there any EU grants for this.....?

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