Does your property sit on a larger than average plot? A properties value is sometimes higher than a conventional sale, if there are possibilities of development, even if this is just for an additional dwelling.
If you’re unsure if your plot of land is suitable for development or perhaps you would like advice or a land valuation on a plot of land you own, please contact either Mark or Jason (details below).
To take a look at a just a few of the single plots we have dealt with recently, please click here.
It’s often thought that a plot without planning consent isn’t easy to sell to a developer. We have and have worked with many developers who agree to a purchase, subject to planning being approved. If an application is successful, then the full value agreed upon is then paid. Great, for situations whereby the landowner is still living on the land and needs the financial security to move on.
We also work with land owners on joint venture opportunities, in conjunction with our partnered Chartered Building Consultancy, Cole Project Management. This is helpful for owners wishing to build value in their land by gaining plaining in the first instance, making the land more saleable to a developer. Cole Project Management are a local consultancy, based in Whiteley, Fareham. Owner, Paul Cole, has experience and offers services to the residential market including; architectural drawings, submitting and managing plans to local authorities for planning permissions.
Our database of medium to large developers look for substantial plots of land to build sizeable developments. Our Market research and marketing advice ensures your plot of land reaches the correct developers and ensures the best price is paid.
If you think you may potentially have a plot of land suitable for development, now or in the future, there are plenty of options available and our Land and New Homes team are ready to assist. We are constantly looking for sites in all areas that have current and future development potential.
Whatever your land enquiry, please do not hesitate to get in contact with either Mark or Danielle (pictured below), who will be happy to assist.