Caddick seeks out land that is suitable for the development of housing,
commercial property, mixed uses and renewable energy development.
Working in partnership with landowners we will go through the following process:
We select a professional team who have the experience and knowledge to deliver the best outcome for your land. We can draw on in-house specialists too.
We engage with the LPA early to communicate our objectives and obtain feedback. Dialogue is maintained throughout maximising our chance of consent.
Early in the design phase, we consider local transport and site access to ensure the scheme design is sustainable and attractive to end purchasers.
We consider the local heritage issues and ensure they are taken into account when designing the project. Local conservation issues are always given a high priority in our plans.
We carry out all the necessary ecological surveys to ensure the proposed scheme doesn’t have an adverse impact on ecology and enhances it wherever possible.
We engage with the local community and stakeholders to get feedback on our initial plans and where possible incorporate them into the final designs and application.
Based on feedback from reports and the LPA, we commission a range of other surveys such as arboriculture, site investigation and topographic to supplement the application.
A key consideration in any project is the impact it may have on landscape. We commission an independent report to assess this and feed it into the design
The scheme’s design is a key element of its success. We consider all other reports before settling on a layout that will be both attractive to end purchasers and planners alike.
All other aspects build towards a planning consent and site sale with a view to maximising its value. Our team will negotiate with stakeholders to ensure the value is maximised.