I was thnking of building this wooden house on my land , actually in my garden , as i have been told its much more tricky to build it on my farmland ouside of the fenced area
It depends on the 'general plan' for your area i.e. what your land has been designated for.
If your local council has made a ''general plan'' "Plan zagospodarowania".
I think there is an easier way for you though.
I would kinda like to keep the old original house , it survived the second war , i don,t want to be the one to knock it down...
You do not have to knock it down at all for the "renovation" I am talking about, you could just have a wall or something linking the old farm house to the new wooden one. Or even better if you somehow attach the old house to the new one but on paper say it is a renovation, it will be obvious what you are doing, it is not a trick but just an easy way of dealing with paperwork.
It is of course extremely difficult for me to give you correct advise with so little knowledge of your particular project.
I was always pretty good at those Airfix kits , so might save a bit in construction costs....
You could also build your house out of Styrofoam and pour cement in it.
Here is a video of what I am talking about. broken link removed
Another friend of mine built his house using this technology, it is very quick, cheap and works well but the quality is not great and I am only recommending it because I believe that you want the cheapest option possible.
It is incredibly easy to build (provided you have help).
I can get you more information but it is better if you tell us what you want and why.
what size, how many rooms etc...?
I recommend you build a small house, Polish people tend to build hotel like houses probably because of their whole family 3/4 generations living under the same roof.
Would a cottage, with no basement do?
These photos were taken a few days ago: