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At Churchgate Premier Homes quality & Design are at the heart of everything we do.
Selling all or part of your property can be an extremely daunting prospect. Add planning applications, option agreements, developers, solicitors and local planning offices and it can be easier just to say no! Here at Churchgate Premier Homes we know that making the decision to sell your house or garden is not something you would take lightly, but we are here to help and lead you every step of the way.
To help you understand a bit more about the process and how we work, we have explained every aspect below.
When you have decided you are interested in selling your land or property, we will work on producing a feasibility study which is presented to you once complete. If there is a site assembly (more than one property involved) we will also present this design to your neighbours joining the scheme.
Following on from our design we will offer you the best possible price for your land or property, based on the square footage of the development and the likely completed value. Upon acceptance of our offer, we would move forward to prepare and sign an “option agreement” with you which then binds both parties to the relationship going forward.
Once the option agreement has been finalised and signed by both parties, our panel of in-house experts and outside consultants put together the planning application before submitting it to the local planning office.
Once the planning application has been approved, we will then exercise the option agreement to purchase your land or property. Dependent on the terms contained within it, completion generally happens fairly quickly and you can often receive the agreed figure within just a few weeks!
If you have any further questions or if you’d like to discuss the potential in your land, please don’t hesitate to contact us on 01628 622311 and one of our land consultants will be more than happy to assist you.
Planners to look at local authority guidelines and any applicable environmental issues
– Highways consultants who look at access to the new site and any other potential obstacles
– Environmental consultants who look at matters such as tree protection and conservation
Once we have gathered all of the necessary information our architect will produce drawings of the envisaged scheme, at no cost to you.
What is an Option Agreement?
Option agreements are very flexible in their content, so can often be constructed to take into account your situation and requirements. As with any development, the key to unlocking the value of your land is gaining planning permission. Once obtained, this generally lasts for three years, so our option agreements can be extended up to this time if you so wish. All costs relating to the option agreement being drawn up are paid for by Churchgate Premier Homes.