How do you know if your site is suitable for a new housing development? There’s clearly a lot to consider, but there are three simple checks you can make that will help you decide whether it might be possible.
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.
Securing planning permission is generally about the right site in the right location but get the timing wrong and prospects can be ruined. In this post, Hourigan Connolly explain some of the issues you may encounter and the significant impact they might have on your chances of success.
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.