If you have a site that you think might be suitable for a new housing development, you might consider selling to realise that value – but that might not be as simple as it sounds. In this post, we explain how you can go about it.
At times the planning system can feel like something of a lottery, with seemingly arbitrary decisions being made on each planning application. However, despite appearances, there is a strict process that councils should follow when applications are decided – this blog post reveals how it works.
One of the most common questions that land owners raise is how much their site is likely to be worth with planning permission. Answering that question isn’t as simple as it might seem. In this post, we explain how you to go about working out a site’s value.
Planning applications for residential development are often justified by saying that the council doesn’t have a “five year supply of housing land.” But what does that mean exactly? And why is it so critical? This post explains.