Countrywide Land & New Homes has invested heavily in its land proposition to provide a comprehensive offering to our clients.
Our national coverage consists of a network of regional teams, and we use expert local knowledge to guide land owners, developers, housing associations and investors through often complex planning processes, helping to shorten time frames and maximise returns.
One of the core areas of our work is to source land for clients, and in a buoyant market where availability is fairly limited there are misconceptions regarding what constitutes an opportunity for sale. The scale of new sites ranges in size, to suit a wide array of potential clients, from smaller local builders, who specialise in bespoke projects, to larger volume house builders, looking for the capacity to develop multi-phased schemes.
Paul Curtin, Countrywide Land & New Homes Head of Land, said, “We are looking for all types of land opportunities and typically this isn’t always a large brownfield or greenfield site. It could also be smaller derelict buildings or unused spaces on existing dwellings where the owners are unaware of the potential value at their disposal. It is essential that any proposal works completely for the landowner – if it doesn’t work for them, it simply doesn’t work. From the moment we commence work on any new site, there are no fees payable by the landowner, unless they wish to commence with an open market treaty sale. We find the right solution through our local knowledge and network of potential buyers.”
Maximise the value of your land
The Countrywide Land team are a specialist service working alongside a broad range of individuals and organisations wishing to assess the value of large or small sites, with or without planning. We also work with the UK’s leading developers to provide them with high-quality land according to their requirements.
- Do you have land to sell?
- Is your home on a large plot or have a large garden?
- Have you received interest from developers?
- Does your land have detailed or outline planning permission?
- Do you own a commercial premises in a residential area?
If the answer is yes, contact our team of land professionals for a discreet and free, no-obligation assessment of your land, which will identify any potential for development.