The Process

We create value by identifying sites with regeneration potential, acquiring them and then securing an appropriate planning permission for development. This brings redundant sites back to life and delivers new economic vitality to the location.

Acquisition and site preparation

As part of site acquisitions, we immediately start legal, architectural and planning due diligence. This means that once a site is acquired we can move quickly to obtaining the necessary planning consents.
The sites we work with often need some remediation before they can be brought back to life so, in parallel to the planning process, we undertake necessary works.
Accordingly, when the sites are then brought back to the market, buyers benefit not only from planning consent on a ‘clean site’ but also have access to all the technical and financial due diligence that has been carried out.

The planning process

We have a strong track record of achieving planning consents and have developed positive relationships with planning authorities.
We work hard with planners to ensure that sites are regenerated in a manner that matches the needs of the local community and developers.

Bringing sites back to market

Once a site is consented and ready to be brought to market, we aim to deliver full transparency for potential buyers by making all relevant data about the site available via an online data room.
This minimises due diligence costs for purchasers and accelerates the acquisition timeframe.