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We are an experienced team of planning consultants, architects and property developers in Kent.
We offer free no obligation land appraisals, planning advice, and full architectural services in Kent & the surrounding areas. We will use our expert knowledge as experienced property developers to help you maximise the value of your land or property, while providing a flexible and friendly service. Due to our size and experience we are able to offer support and advice, making the process as simple as possible.
We are looking for land which may be suitable for residential development, both with and without planning permission. This includes brownfield sites, commercial/industrial sites, greenfield sites, and large gardens. Our primary focus is Kent, however we do also cover the wider South East area. Please do contact us if you have land or a current property which may be suitable.
As experienced property developers in Kent, we have the expertise and knowledge from years of building & planning homes in the local area. This means we are able to expedite the deal in the fastest and most efficient manner.
- We will identify the key stakeholders involved in order to ensure the smoothest possible transition for the land.
- We will talk to neighbours, the community at large, to the parish council (where appropriate) and local planning authorities; we will engage with your family and other interested parties.
- We will ensure you get the fairest price for your land. We understand that it could be a life-changing development for a lot of people and we will go that extra mile to make certain that you are completely in the loop as to all developments.
Which Types of Land Have Development Potential?
Greensand Ridge, Maidstone
Formerly two houses, through the planning process we managed to achieve planning permission for nine properties with garages. The success of this site largely boiled down to the co-operation of two neighbours whose plots on their own were only worth the value of their house. Through the uplift in value both owners achieved a 50% increase in property value.
Chequers Inn, Crouch
Due to tight conservation rules in the idyllic village of Crouch not much development had been carried out. However a scheme devised to convert the pub and add two extra properties was given planning permission by Tonbridge and Malling council. A deal struck between Kent Land & Planning and the owner meant that the owner achieved a higher return if the houses sold for more than expected.
Townhill, West Malling
The former St John’s Ambulance premises in the centre of West Malling high street – this site had laid empty for years until it came up at auction.
Permission was eventually granted for four detached properties and now four new proud home owners are happily living there.
Snowdown Working Mens Club, Dover
The former colliery club for the miners, this place in its heyday was heaving with the pit workers coming in for refreshment after a hard day’s work or to just have a good time.
Unfortunately like many establishments, this went into decline following the closure of the Kent Coalfields and struggled to keep its doors open. The committee’s decision was to try and sell the land and give the members all an equal share of the proceeds.
The result of a long period of negotiation and discussion with Dover Council meant that it was eventually Kent Land & Planning who maximised the site’s value by getting permission for eight properties.