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lanzalad

Building a house in Thailand

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There's many who get a house build in Thailand, Falangs wanting to move up country or building it for the family but for what ever reason you sill need to visit the planning department and submit plans and even more so for new build on land.

Even my self & Puang didn't submit any plans as we had a old house in place around but when the job is done we will be submitting plans to the planning department.

I've heard many do this for finance reason or just a value check but many don't even bother at all with any planning...

Well if you want to save some money here's pre past build projects by the planning department:-

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Seen plenty of houses like that built around Thailand.

 

I like the style of the houses on stilts.

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We had this one built for us up in Uttaradit, we did it through a property developer Total cost was 2.5 million including the land and the garden is big enough to build another house. Was well impressed by the quality of build and Mrs Fiend is happy as her sister has a house virtually opposite ours.

 

At the moment it's just our holiday home but will be our retirement home. It's on the outskirts of the city and not too far from some decent restaurants and a Tesco Lotus.

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30 minutes ago, Fondles said:

either those cars are huge or those houses are tiny.

Designing carports or parking spaces has never been a strength of Thai architects.

Take the double carport above for example: width is 5 meter. The width of a small car is 1,7 m, 2 cars are 3,4m which leaves 3 gaps of 53 cm between the cars and the wall/column. a stronger built person will have difficulties to get out of the door.  

Take 2 SUVs and the gaps shrink to 44 cm or so. That would even give a mnall Thai some problems, especially if the cars are not accurately parked in their space.

 

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