WANTED: Land with development potential
INCREASED demand for new homes means Elan Homes is on the look-out for land in Cheshire, North West and beyond.
A niche developer with its Northern headquarters in Ellesmere Port, Elan has a proven track record of building superb quality homes in some of the North West’s most desirable neighbourhoods.
The company has recently sold out a Fern Lea in Farndon and Heritage Park in Penymynydd and is keen to build on the success it has seen in Cheshire and North Wales.
Marie Morris, sales director for Elan Homes in the North, says: “Our core market is in and around Cheshire where we’ve developed a solid reputation as a quality builder. Fern Lea and Heritage Park launched while market conditions were improving and as the developments progressed we saw an increase in enquiries. Even now that we’ve sold out at both locations, we continue to receive approaches from potential purchasers and so welcome further opportunities to build in the surrounding area.”
Fern Lea is a 32-home development set out over 3.5 acres. As part of the housing venture Elan provided substantial community contributions including affordable housing, improved play spaces, traffic calming measures, bus stops and support for local schools.
Heritage Park also features 32 homes on a site of just under four acres, but Elan is not prescriptive when it comes to land it will consider developing.
Marie added: “We will consider land from one to 20 acres, with or without planning consent, anywhere in the North West. There’s no set criteria as to the sort of land we would consider developing as each site is carefully assessed on its merits.”
Anyone with land available with development potential is invited to contact Elan via the website.