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Fancy building your dream home?

For many of us, building our perfect home is the ultimate dream, whether that’s something worthy of Kevin McCloud and the Grand Design production crew or something a little more realistic – but where do you start and how do you get to find out where these building plots are?

Finding the perfect plot can be like searching for a needle in a haystack, let alone overcoming the challenges of the planning system – so what are the chances for an aspirational albeit inexperienced self-builder?

Well, we think we may be able to assist you, as thanks to our national network of Land Partners and the extensive work of our Land Researchers, we have access to a large number of building plots across the UK.    Opportunities range from building plots in sensitive locations, through to properties with planning permission already approved to develop single and multiple dwellings.

We can also assist with the necessary support required to assist you with your project, including architects, planning consultants, surveyors, contractors, development finance, interior design and everything else that goes into building a new home.

To register your requirements, please fill in the contact form and we will be in touch with suitable opportunities.  

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Author: Kevin Ellis

Our company was established in 2014 by Kevin, who previously ran a highly-successful development department for an award-winning property services business. Today, he has grown Thomas Mae into a thriving business, staffed by a trusted team of property consultants who are adept at sharing their knowledge and skills. Kevin’s mission is to foster strategic land investment, to deliver solid, profitable results across the whole of the UK, and to work effectively with both private landowners as well as commercial and institutional landowners.

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