Often it is the smaller sites that result in better related and better suited housing developments. Every parcel of land has different challenges and opportunities, we ensure that land is tailored with a planning permission to suit by using a number of different planning tools.
The types of housing schemes we develop are often buried within planning policies but have the potential to have significant impact on the Government’s aim of delivering the right homes in the right places.
We are adopting a joined-up approach with landowners, parishes and locals, aimed at ensuring communities remain an attractive place to live and put down roots. We are in it for the long term.
Why build a Rural Exception Scheme or an Entry Level Exception Site?
Rural Exception Sites are specifically aimed at the needs of the village and its population. Rural Exception Sites provide affordable housing which remain available only for local people in perpetuity, allowing young families to remain in the village who otherwise may have been forced to move away due to increasing house prices.
Entry Level Exception Sites provides entry-level homes suitable for first time buyers and renters which could unlock sites, on the edge of existing settlements, where planning policies are currently restrictive of development.