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girne 29


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19/02/2009 20:13

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Roughly how much does a good quality build cost if you have your own land close to services. Say a 3 bed bungalow, not very large.



Littlenige



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19/02/2009 20:16

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That is a good one how long is your piece of string ? ?



From 30 k to 100k depending on how many gold taps and heated swimming pools you want .



Seriously I would estimate 30 - 45 k



fire starter


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20/02/2009 08:13

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when you say good quality, what do you mean?

a concrete bungalow or block built?

good quality trnc construction or uk standards?

are there any german builders in the trnc??

for a concrete one we recon about 50k. trnc quality.

we are renovating and the construction costs have gone up loads in the last 3 years.

if you are thinking of building, think outside of the trnc norms and build as you would in the uk.

only problems we had was that they don't have quality damp membrane here for the damp course. they have it but it is rubbish.

i know a good tc builder, who put on our roof, i can recommend if your serious.



negativenick


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20/02/2009 08:58

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I know....



400 per m2 for average quality rising to 550 per m2 for "top jollie".....



You sound a little wet behind the ears (and i mean that in the nicest way possible), so can i reccomend you proceed with extreeme caution.



I'd reccomend you speak to a good quality Chartered Surveyor, like Stewart Hillard of Compass Cyprus - he'll put you straight and can oversee the build too.....





Nick



deecyprus4


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20/02/2009 09:00

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Nick can't Gary Monger build it for him..I've heard he is rather good



negativenick


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20/02/2009 09:06

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Don't start me off - i woundn't feel comfortable giving him a box of lego...



Then again have you seen the quality of the houses on the left as you go up Esentepe hill (the ones with the olive trees growing in the front patio's) ?



A blind folded 8 year old could have done a better job....





Nick



Hippo


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20/02/2009 09:52

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there are a few good builders here i would recomend Korman construction or Haci Ali only my opinion of course



gates


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20/02/2009 10:27

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have you got all your permitions firstly depending on quality and start date 380 lowest then skyes the limit



kibsolar


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20/02/2009 12:30

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Hello Girne 29, first of all you need to be sure what you want to do. A bungalow type is ideal for energy efficent building. As you are talking about "good quality build" get some infos from following links:

http://personngroup.com/x/cyprussunenergy/services.html#Zero_Energy_House:_ (Infos on solar houses)

http://personngroup.com/x/files/zeroenergy/ZERO_EnergyENG.pdf (Informational leaflet)

http://personngroup.com/x/education.html (Videos at the bottom of the page about Zero Energy homes)

Hope it helps.. Good luck.

Regards, Henrik

http://www.cyprussunenergy.com



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