New Builds in France

NewbuildWelcome to our comprehensive guide to New Builds in France. A complete online resource for information for those who are thinking about building a new house in France.

An increasing number of people wishing to own property in France either as their main home or holiday home are buying a New Build property, rather than redevelop or renovate an existing property. Here you will find all the information you need to guide you through the process whether buying from a developer or building your home yourself. You’ll find out the role of an Architect, Developer etc., planning laws and regulations and much more.

If you can’t find the information you are looking for in this section, please scroll down the page where you will find all of our articles on New Builds in France.

Different Types of New Builds in France

New Build options: from a traditional house to something a bit different.

Practicalities of buying a New Build Property in France

Everything you need to know when planning to build or buy a New Build in France

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Building in France – Planning Application

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Log Cabins, Chalets and Eco-friendly Property in France

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