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Strategic Land

England needs more housing. A number of Council’s are under growing pressure to release pockets of Greenbelt in order to meet the current shortfall in housing numbers. With our team of in house planners and architects we at Chartwell are promoting a number of sites within Greenbelt locations that we feel should be released for future housing. Promoting strategic land of this nature involves a substantial amount of time and investment often taking 2 – 5 years to make progress but well worth the financial reward for the landowner should planning be granted.

Examples of the sites we are promoting are currently promoting are detailed below:

  • Shelton Sports, Warlingham – A disused 12 acre sports field located in the heart of Warlingham Village Centre. The proposal is for 2, 3 and 4 bed housing along with a community use facility. (pic)
  • Park Lane, Warlingham – A strip of land on the edge of the Warlingham Village envelope surrounded by housing on three sides. (pic)
  • Redenhall Road, Smallfield – A 12 acre field currently used for horses located in the middle of Smallfield Village Centre. (pic)
  • Noah’s Ark, Kemsing, Sevenoaks – a disused piece of land surrounded by housing and abutting a railway line. In our opinion a superb piece of land that is totally underutilised and should be allocated for future housing. (pic)

If you own a small or large Greenbelt or Brownfield site then please get in touch for a free confidential appraisal of your land:-

01883 460 460 /