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Strategic Land

Local authorities are under pressure to release pockets of land to produce 300,000 new homes a year nationally. Often there simply isn’t sufficient available land to provide the housing numbers in city centres so councils are forced to consider the release of brownfield and greenbelt land in order to provide housing numbers. Land located on the fringes of existing village settlements are the natural extensions to many towns and Chartwell have a proven track record in identifying and securing planning permission on land for future housing.

Promoting strategic land of this nature involves a substantial amount of time and investment often taking 2 – 5 years to progress through the planning system but well worth the financial reward for the landowner should planning be granted.

Below are some examples of current and recent projects that Chartwell are working on. If you believe your land offers potential for future housing then please get in touch for a free and confidential appraisal of your land: 01883 460 460 /

Former Shelton Sports Club, Warlingham

Planning has been secured on a site identified by Chartwell as a natural extension to the village envelope for 150 homes in Warlingham. As part of the development proposals the is a legal commitment from Chartwell to provide 45% of the units as affordable as well as superb local sports provision to benefit two major sports clubs. Chartwell are delighted to be building locally and are looking to submit a reserved matters application by Winter 2024.

Whyteleafe Road, Caterham

Planning was secured by Chartwell for the re-development of to produce 48 homes.

Former Kent County Council Depot Yard, Ashford Road, High Halden

Planning was secured for 24 family homes on a former Kent depot yard.

Redehall Road, Smallfield

A pre application submission has been submitted to Tandridge District Council for 85 units situated in open greenbelt. The land forms part of the draft allocated sites under the most recent draft Local Plan.

Park Lane, Warlingham

Chartwell have purchased 3 acres of land a stone’s throw away from Warlingham Village Centre. As part of the most recent Draft Local Plan, the site has been allocated to produce 52 homes.

Angell’s Field, Woldingham

Chartwell have purchased 24.2 acres of land in Woldingham with a long term view of securing residential housing on the land.