With the Government’s current target to build 300,000 homes every year and increasing demand for large commercial units, the pressure is on both developers and landowners to deliver. Our team of experienced in-house planners has been brought together from house builders,consultants and local authorities. Commercially focused, we ensure that both development value and design quality are maximised, together with appropriate infrastructure planning.
Key to our success is our commitment to working and engaging with the local communities within which we operate. We take a lead role in engaging with local residents, stakeholders, community groups, councils, ward members and politicians.
Throughout the planning process we prepare the infrastructure ready for house builders and commercial developers by working with local authorities, archaeologists, ecologists, highways and utility partners.
We frequently acquire and deliver development on land that our competitors deem too complex or capital-intensive to consider.
“Gallagher Estates is one of those companies with whom Warwick District Council (WDC) has been working over a number of years on a very significant extension to the urban area of Warwick, Whitnash and Leamington involving several thousand new homes, primary and secondary schools, major open spaces, local centres and significant improvements to the local transport infrastructure.
Gallagher Estates is and has been very constructive and helpful in their approach, having signed up at the very beginning to the Council’s vision of creating a high quality Garden town concept and to our approach of infrastructure funding via a roof top tax approach on S106 contributions.
It is very clear to WDC that Gallagher Estates’ approach to bringing forward and investing in site infrastructure has delivered sites for housing earlier than most competitor sites in our vicinity and so has been significantly helpful to the delivery of much needed homes of all tenures in our District.”
Mr Chris Elliott
Chief Executive, Warwick District Council