If you have limited the location of your desired plot, you can go in search of suitable building land. It is very important to distinguish between farm maintenance land, building land and building plots.
The safest option is with building plots or ready-to-build land. These are plots of land that are already fully developed. In addition, a building plot is already connected to transport, supply and disposal systems. These include sewerage, electricity, water, gas, television and telephone lines. A development plan has already been available for these plots. A development plan is also already in place for an area designated as building land. However, the property is not yet fully developed and connections still need to be laid before it can be built on. Farmer’s maintenance land is an area on which construction is likely in the future, but not guaranteed. For example, it may be entered in the land use plan for such use. However, the owner is not entitled to a construction there at any given time.