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Old 14.03.2012, 19:26
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Re: Those building poles and length of time before they build?

It's a hard one to call because of a few variables.

It may vary from one Gemeinde to another.

The poles indicate the dimensions of the proposed building, and normally the plans are on view at the Gemeinde office, for about 2-3 wks, for anyone to oppose the development - but only if regulations are not adhered to, and not because someone just doesn't want it there.

If an opposition is made, this can put back the schedule, until plans are amended, and/or an agreement is made.

If there is no opposition, the things can start to happen quicker.

At this time of year, with no snow or frozen ground, I reckon a ball-park estimation of about a couple of months before the digger comes - although could go either way.

For a "normal" size family house, it could be up to a year of disruption.
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