Caveat Emptor applies, buyer beware, and the seller is only bound by the answers to any enquiries made either by you or your solicitors and confirmed in writing.
The situation with regard to any greenbelt or listed building or lack of proposal for development, is that even if that’s not noted down in a local search, things change.
They can actually say that they have no intention of doing this at the time they sold the property to you and they changed our mind subsequently.
I’m afraid that if this wasn’t mentioned in the replies to enquiries and wasn’t part of the contract, there is nothing you can do about it. I’m sorry, I know this is not the answer you wanted but I imagine this is the answer you’ve already had from the solicitor that acted on your purchase.
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