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Mixed-use land and property is land and property that comprises both residential and non-residential elements. Non- residential property includes:

  • commercial property, such as shops and offices;
  • property that is not suitable for living in;
  • forests;
  • agricultural land which is part of a working farm or which is used for agricultural purposes;
  • any other land or property that is not used as part of a dwelling’s garden or grounds; and

six or more residential properties purchased in a single transaction.

An example of a mixed-use property would be the purchase of a shop with a flat above.