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Overstrand coastal erosion?

I want to buy in Overstrand but possible coastal erosion makes me very frightened. Will village still be there in 20 years time and how about house prices if no beach and no cliffs?

Asked on Feb 19 2012, House Prices in Cromer | Report content

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  • Best to speak to a local surveyor who can give you some impartial, honest advise before you make an offer.

    Answered on Feb 20 2012, Report content
  • The short term policy is for managed realignment with the medium to long term policy of non-intervention. This means that in the medium to long term (next 20-100 years) some properties will be lost. The devil is in the detail. In otherwords, where are you buying in Overstrand?

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    Answered on Jun 2 2012, Report content
  • Hi I purchased a house in the next village 2 years ago its quiet easy to find the information you need ... You go onto North Norfolk council website and look at coastal errosion I puchased in the next Village of Sidestrand and the coastal errosion was no problem where my barn conversion is ...its safe for hundreds of years ..... Its an ongoing coastal survey which tells you exactly whats going on hope this is of help

    Answered on Sep 15 2013, Report content

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