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LAND WANTED

Our mission is to uncover those sites around the UK which have development potential. But if you think that means we’re only interested in vast, empty building plots which already have planning permission – think again!

LAND WANTED

Our mission is to uncover those sites around the UK which have development potential. But if you think that means we’re only interested in vast, empty building plots which already have planning permission – think again!

The following categories of land are of interest to us too:

Half an acre or more of back garden

When it comes to development, these are sites right on their own doorstep which owners often forget to consider. They could be at the end of a long garden, or perhaps to one side of an existing plot, or indeed any other spare ground in a residential area.

Half an acre or more of back garden

When it comes to development, these are sites right on their own doorstep which owners often forget to consider. They could be at the end of a long garden, or perhaps to one side of an existing plot, or indeed any other spare ground in a residential area.

Several neighbours with adjoining plots

There’s usually strength in numbers – so if you’ve not yet met with your neighbours to talk through the possibilities development on site combining several plots, then we’re happy to bring you all together, to see how you could benefit from working as a team.

Commercial Premises

These are likely to be places where an existing business is past its heyday, or would willingly consider moving elsewhere – such as pubs, factories, office blocks, garages, retail units, catteries or kennels. Come and talk to us, and we can show you what the potential for development might be. 

Commercial Premises

These are likely to be places where an existing business is past its heyday, or would willingly consider moving elsewhere – such as pubs, factories, office blocks, garages, retail units, catteries or kennels. Come and talk to us, and we can show you what the potential for development might be. 

Redundant agricultural buildings

Together we can breath some life into these old properties. which have been left forgotten and unloved. They often have a rural appeal which can be retained with sensitive development. So whether it’s a barn, cowshed, piggery or hayloft – or even an entire farmyard – we’d like to hear from you.

How much is my land worth?

Remember: if your land does not have planning permission – or even if it has had planning permission previously refused – it could well be precisely what we are looking for.

So if you think your land might fit the bill, get in touch with us.

Our appraisal is absolutely free, there’s no pressure and no obligation to act on our advice.

Call us now: 01932 950500, or email mail@astonmead.land.

Let’s chat

01932 950500
mail@astonmead.land

Get in touch

Let’s chat

01932 950500
mail@astonmead.land

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