According to the zoning plan and our experience to date, the lots are partly archaeologically affected.
Lot no. 1315/1 to an extent of approx. 25 % of the area.
Lot no. 1315/2 and /3 to an extent of approx. 80 % of the area; however these parcels have already been largely archaeologically explored and cleared.
The area is located inside of the town of Mosonszentmiklós and constitutes “land intended for construction”. The levy for rezoning from agricultural use has been fully paid. A zoning plan is in force for the whole area, which has to be taken into consideration in case of construction:
Land designation: “Gip” – Commercial and industrial use
Max. degree of covered area: 50%, free-standing
Max. building height: 14 m
Min. green area: 25 %
Min. lot size: 7000 m2 (and min. 25 m width);
Due to the zoning plan in place an application for a building permit can be submitted immediately.
The basic utilities such as electricity, water, sewerage, and gas can be found in the adjacent Béke street. The available and necessary capacities have to be evaluated individually with respect to the particularities of the specific project.
For the time being there is no rainwater channel. An optimal solution is to percolate the rainwater, for which the gravelly soil in place is most favorable.
The lots are directly neighbouring the railway track Vienna-Budapest.
Soil conditions, contamination
The surface is almost perfectly level, which means that no significant landscaping is required for construction. The gravelly soil has a high bearing capacity; therefore, no expensive building foundations have to be expected.
The property has been used as agricultural land since time immemorial, therefore contamination can be ruled out. In the meantime, the land continues to be in agricultural use.