Our tried and tesed development strategy creates a strong return for landowners, whilst passing the financial burden of large-scale building work onto a housing association.
The praposal generates a large profit for your clients, with the added benifit of practically eliminationg the heavy CGT bills involved in site development.
Here is an explanation of how this system works, based on several recent large-scale developments across London, designed and arranged by Drawing And Planning:
Stage 1 - Feasibility And Planning
Drawing And Planning meet with you and your site-owning client and advise on the feasibility of devleoping site.
Drawing And Planning design a scheme and submit a planning application.
Stage 2 - Brokering
Once planning permission is granted, Drawing And Planning engage a housing association.
A deal is made between all parties, incorporating an introduction fee for the accountant and a design and arrangement fee for Drawing And Planning.
Stage 3 - Building
The housing association takes care of the building work, including funding and organising all aspects of the project.
Stage 4 - Profit division
Upon completion of the project, the client retains ownership of the land, ans an agreed part of the developed scheme, thereby avoiding the GCT involved in traditional land sale transactions.
Drawing And Planning have designed a large range of successful housing schemes across London, with a very high planning permission success rate. If our proposal sounds intersting to you, we would be delighted to meet you to discuss the possibilities.
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