granny flat


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granny flat

self-contained accommodation within or built onto a house, suitable for an elderly parent
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A number of reforms to the R-Codes, such as encouraging more apartments and granny flats will see more diverse and affordable housing options open to the market.
I know the cottage has no identified bathroom and kitchen, but this seems excessive with three toilets, a large kitchen and a self-contained granny flat.
The initiative locks in regulations on future development in Santa Clara County forever, and prohibits any changes - even small ones like adding a granny flat to a single-family home - without an expensive countywide vote," he said.
But where a home with a granny flat does qualify for the surcharge, the higher rate will apply to both the main property and the flat.
Her exit will focus on the climax of the storyline in which Callum Logan was murdered and buried under Gail McIntyre's granny flat last September.
It will focus on the climax of the storyline which saw Callum Logan murdered and buried under Gail McIntyre's granny flat.
Also boasts an integral granny flat comprising a large bed-sitting/kitchen with wood-burning stove.
One solution, which has had little publicity, but may provide an ideal solution at least for some families is the old-fashioned granny flat.
Ref: R/2013/0684/FF Address: 2B Gypsy Lane Nunthorpe TS7 0DX Proposal: Proposed granny flat.
THIS impressive, Grade II-listed, semi-detached house occupies a substantial plot of land and boasts a basement granny flat.
Ashley's home has six bedrooms and a granny flat," the Daily Star quoted a friend as saying.