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How Much Is Your Land Worth?

Posted on Monday, February 12, 2018

How Much Is Your Land Worth?

Does your land have lucrative development potential?

At Woolley & Parks Land & New Homes, we know a thing or two about land and development consultancy.

If you have a large garden or own land which could form a ‘land assembly’ along with your neighbours our expertise is on hand to advise you about its potential for development.

The same applies if you own commercial premises or strategic land on the edge of settlement.

Or perhaps it’s a site with planning history.

The good news is there are many options open to you – and our land experts can help you maximise the value of your asset.

You may be thinking: ‘What’s my land worth?’

It’s a question we’re asked frequently.

When it comes to value, the best returns are typically achieved by obtaining planning permission to develop on land.

Getting planning permission and approval can be challenging to achieve and it often requires experience, technical knowledge and a great deal of tenacity. This is just one of the areas where we can help.

If you’re selling land, you’re in the driving seat.

You can choose the route which is most suited to you, and we can support you with advice to apply for planning yourself, or alternatively we could guide you through the process of selling to a house builder or developer.

It’s worth bearing in mind there are further valuable options if you choose this route and we can suggest the best one to suit your needs and expectations.

We work with house builders, planning consultants, architects and developers across East Yorkshire and can help you achieve the very best price within your timescales.

To find out more about the intricacies of selling land and how we can help please don’t hesitate to contact Mark Woolley, Managing Director, on 01482 755700 or email mark.woolley@woolleyparks.co.uk