Tina Patel gives an architects point-of-view and helps us understand planning constraints, limits and potential development possibilities.
To be able to appoint the right architect, and understand your site's potential, you need to know the key questions to go through at your first meeting.
We talk to Jake Nazha about the tricky subject of working with a landowner who has been influenced toward unrealistic expectations.
We sat down for a Q&A with a land seller to understand his experience of trying to sell land with existing planning permission.
We sat down with a land seller to understand his experience and frustrations of selling land and negotiating with brokers and agents.
When it comes time to choose a buyer for your land, you want to feel confident about your choice, given the importance of the transaction. Jake Nazha provides signs to look out for.
Tina Patel chats with TrustedLand to discuss the approximate costs involved when pushing a site through the planning stages.
Barry Shaw of Wallace LLP describes the role a solicitor should play throughout a land transaction.
Expect the unexpected, Barry Shaw of Wallace LLP explains the potential road blocks you might face during the land selling process.
We ask Barry Shaw of Wallace LLP how long does the land selling process take and what impacts its timescales?
We ask Barry Shaw of Wallace LLP what to discuss with a solicitor before introducing buyers to your property or land.
Barry Shaw, from Wallace LLP, details why having a thorough and pro-active solicitor can help to make a land deal a smooth transaction.
Grant Leggett from Boyer London explains the issues of over or under valuing the price of your land.
The importance of being realistic and diligent throughout the buying and selling process. Dan Hillman from Hillnic LTD gives his view.
We ask Grant Leggett from Boyer London what to consider when selling land, or a business premises that currently provides employment.
In our third video with Steven Barrett of the Apogee Group, he helps us to understand offers and contract types in land buying.
Property Developer Steven Barrett of the Apogee Group gives his thoughts on what changes are needed, if any, in the UK land buying and selling process.
We discuss managing expectations, being realistic and having patience with Dan Hillman in part two of this three part interview.
We ask Grant Leggett from Boyer London if the 'housing crisis' means anything when maximising the development potential of land in the UK.
As a largely unregulated industry, land buying is fraught with characters who will present figures and development ideas without full considerations.
Whether it is the height you can build to, the requirements for parking or overlooking your neighbours garden, planning has a big affect on the value of your land or property.
The importance of being realistic and diligent throughout the buying and selling process? Dan Hillman from Hillnic LTD gives his view.
What do landowners need from a deal? We spoke to Jake Nazha about the questions you should be asking.
Chatting build costs with Jake Nazha, and how a landowner can be sure that a developer has estimated accurately.
Buying and selling land, with all it's potential rewards, can involve some pretty big hurdles. Jake Nazha explains impact of accurate build costs.
Knowing your area is essential when planning to sell land. Simon Firkins from SF Planning Limited spoke to us about why.
Planning can make or break a land deal. Simon Firkins gave us the low-down on what to consider for buyers and sellers.
You need to be proactive in choosing a developer, and choose wisely. What clues should you look out for? Watch this video to find out.
Inflated prices often give our industry a bad name. We spoke to Thor Portess on how to value a piece of land, and things that are overlooked.