What's coming up at auction for the property developer buyer?Insight
Rarely available Residential Development opportunities are for sale at our County Property Auction next month. James Mulhall tells us more.
Could changes to nutrient neutrality rules see more houses built?News article
Andrew Haigh, commercial surveyor and divisional partner in our Norwich office, discusses the changes in nutrient neutrality.
Do you need Architects and Planners for a Development Project?Insight
Our firm has teams of Chartered Architects and Planners. Why do you need them for your Development or Residential project?
Summer sales: Why you should buy property or land at auctionInsight
Despite a housing market which remains challenging, our next County Property Auction is packed with varied lots for all types of buyers. James Mulhall, Residential and Auction Sales Manager, tells us what's on offer.
Strawberry Fields forever? Rare site for sale for £2.25millionNews article
We have just launched for sale a rare Residential Development opportunity ideal for developers looking for a suitable site when land is scarce - and with the huge benefit of having planning permission in place too.
Selling land to a developer? What's affecting values?Insight
If you are selling land to a developer, values have undoubtedly changed, however we believe the market is stabilising and there are more opportunities for smaller and medium sized house builders.
Removing risk: The key to selling residential development sitesInsight
As we face the challenges of continued economic uncertainty, particularly within town centre environments, our teams have the expertise to help manage any potential caution of developers looking to buy residential sites. The key to this, more than ever, is removing risk before purchase which benefits vendors and developers alike.
Autumn Rural Update Issue 4: Future-proofing your business - What options are available?Insight
Read the final issue in our update series, to discover how the FFRF can help you and your business. The issue also looks at development opportunities that may exist for improving profits, and the changes to succession rights for tenant farmers.
Biodiversity Net Gain: The impact for developersInsight
When planning a development project, protecting the environment is now a major consideration. From building a new home to converting a unit in a city centre, converting a farm barn to creating a large property development, Biodiversity Net Gain (BNG) is now a key requirement for developers which affects the preparation of a project through the planning system.
Commercial sale should see riverside site become McCarthy Stone complexNews article
A prominent site fronting the River Wensum in Norwich should become a McCarthy Stone complex in a sale being handled by our Commercial team.
Mounting pressure for 'solutions' to Nutrient NeutralityNews article
Clarity for developers and consultants is being urged following Natural England's recent response to the Norfolk Nutrient Calculator.
Renewable Energy schemes: what are the implications for landowners?News article
With the exponential rise in energy prices, the demand for cheaper renewable sources of energy and improved infrastructure has never been stronger. But how does this affect landowners?