Your land could be worth a lot more than you think.
On the southern outskirts of Sittingbourne there’s an acre of overgrown land surrounding a 1950s bungalow. Hidden beneath the weeds, are the foundations of a concrete garage, abandoned in the 1980s. It’s the only sign the larger site has ever been developed. But that means there must have been planning consent. And that means this derelict site isn’t worth half a million pounds, it’s worth 50% more.
Dee Quealy knew this tiny detail because he’s worked in this area for 31 years. He dug into the archives and found the records that confirmed his hunch. This is where local knowledge really pays off.
Planning rules are incredibly complex. Even if you have applied for planning consent, there are many lucrative options open to you. And there are just as many pitfalls waiting to trip you up. We can guide you through the planning maze and, when you’re ready, introduce you to a serious buyer.