Support

Once you have chosen your building plot our team will guide you through the entire custom build journey. A package of services is included in the cost of each Plot and will be specific to each project. The team are also available to discuss any other specific requirements you may have.

Planning

Our plots all have either outline or detailed planning approval -

Outline Planning Approval – This gives approval to the principle of building a home on the plot of land and often sets parameters. Once outline approval has been granted a reserved matters application needs to be made to get approval to the detailed design of your home. The Plot team will manage this process for you.

Full Planning Approval – On some of our sites a full planning approval will have been obtained. This gives an approval to a detailed design. Often we will have obtained a full planning approval on our more sensitive sites where the local authority want to know full details on the design of the proposed homes before they will approve. If for example the site is in a conservation area outline planning approvals are not allowed and therefore full planning approvals have to be obtained.

You may wish to alter the design of the building approved.

The Plot team will manage this for you and any reserved matters or full planning applications that are required.

Over 60% of housing
on the continent is
built by self builders.
In the UK this figure is
currently under 20%

Are you happy living in a generic volume built house when you could plan your living environment to meet your needs?

1 in 5 houses in the UK are currently built by self builders making this the second largest house builder in the UK

6 million people are actively researching how to build their own home - IPSOS Mori 2013

Self build provides housing that is in tune with people's specific housing requirements - Joseph Rowntree Foundation

53% of the population want to build their own home - Building Societies Association Survey 2011

141% rise in mortgages available for those building their own homes over the next three years