Elan goes for growth
CHESHIRE based Elan Homes is looking for land across the North West as the company eyes further expansion.
The company is currently building and selling homes at Aigburth Grange, South Liverpool; Cherry Tree Park, Stockport; Hall Gardens near Warrington; Hope Park Mews in Macclesfield; Old Quay Meadow, Neston; Sycamore Gardens, Congleton and Westminster Place near Chester. It also has several new sites coming soon, but is keen to acquire additional land to enable the continued growth of the business.
Elan’s Marie Morris says: “It’s well documented that there’s a need to increase the number of homes built to address the housing shortage. There’s a real appetite for new build homes not just in Cheshire, but across the North West and North Wales and as a niche developer we’re keen to play our part by acquiring land, securing planning consent and building high quality homes that people really want to live in.
“We have an experienced team who will work with landowners and local authorities to bring developments to fruition and help bridge the gap between supply and demand.”
Privately-owned, with its northern headquarters in Ellesmere Port, Elan has built a solid reputation as a quality builder in the region and is well-placed to take advantage of land opportunities of different sizes or with bespoke requirements, with or without existing planning consent, with speed and flexibility.
The experienced team adopts a sensitive approach to planning to ensure that its developments are not only viable, but that it builds homes that people want to live in, while supporting and enhancing the existing community infrastructure.
Location is a major factor for Elan when assessing the potential of a development, including strategic land which may include a change of use from brownfield to residential. The company will carefully consider who would want to live there and why.
Anyone with land available with development potential is asked to contact Elan via