A land that cannot be built on is a land that does not have planning permission to build.
There are several reasons for this:
You can ask your local council if your land is suitable or not for building. They will provide you with the regional development land, which will help you define in which area your plot has been placed. The land can only be built on if it is classified in a development area. If your land is placed in an agricultural zone, you can only apply to build on it for residential purposes or for premises linked to the farm, such as a barn or a storage for farming equipment.
To evaluate a property, you must first find out whether your land is unbuildable due to its condition or whether it is the commune that has affected it temporarily.
1. If your land is unbuildable because of its condition (insalubrity, risk of landslide, natural constraint), you can consult the prices of plots of land similar to yours nearby and adjust its price according to its assets and weaknesses.
Some elements that can help you add value to your land:
2. In the other hand, if your land is suitable for building but has not been given planning permission by the commune. You can either wait that the status of your land change or you can make a request to the commune a planning permission for it. It is recommended to wait until your land is classified as a development area before selling it, as a change of status can increase the price of a land by an average of 20 to 30%. In this case, found out how to estimate the price of a building plot.