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Land Required

Seddon Homes has a longstanding heritage of transforming development land in the North West into outstanding residential developments.

If you know of any potential development land, property refurbishment or urban regeneration opportunities either with or without planning permission we would love to hear from you.

Please e-mail details of the potential residential development land (which will be treated in the strictest confidence) to: [email protected]

Proven introductions will be recognised and well rewarded.

Transforming residential development land

We take great pride in ensuring property development land is utilised in the best possible way. The Seddon team have been maximising land values for over 125 years, helping to reshape land and properties across the region into thriving communities built on the foundation of stunning new build properties.

Our expertise in planning and innovating, coupled with our technical know-how has enabled us to successfully assess and acquire brownfield and greenfield land into which we breathe new life.

Creating prestige new homes

We currently have developments across Cheshire, Greater Manchester, Lancashire, Merseyside, Staffordshire and Yorkshire. Whilst we currently operate in these areas we are always on the lookout for more land in these areas and across the whole of the North West.

As one of the most respected and trusted home builders in the UK, we have a proven track record of developing a diverse range of new build properties and completed land and property refurbishments to the highest possible standard.

Turning development land for sale into outstanding opportunities

We continually learn from our customers and thanks to positive feedback from our buyers, we are able to enhance our collection of properties and increase the value of the land that we develop.

If you would like to see how we have developed areas of land we recommend viewing all of the current developments we have available by clicking here.

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