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Ilkeston Development

The property was purchased in the Nottinghamshire area, the property was in a state of disrepair and was un-mortgageable. As the building was a substantial size, our team had the vision to split the property into, two 3 storey houses, which would maximize the full value of the property and the returns. Our in-house architect drew the plans, we obtained planning consent and fully renovated the properties to a very high standard, which was reflected in the 2 valuations obtained and the comments made by the surveyor.

Working with our sister company, we took care of all the fixture and fittings all the way through to showing the properties, this enabled our client to get on with other projects.

In addition to this, it was also one of the highest recorded valuations for the street, our client was over the moon with the finished results.


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Marehay Development

The property was purchased in the Derbyshire area and was a 1 bedroomed Semi. We had the vision to see the potential from the start, having a large garden and space that hadn’t been fully maximized in the property and it was very dated and in need of a full renovation.

Firstl, we got our in house Architect to draw plans to build a 1 bedroom detached bungalow within part of the garden area and quickly established that this would comfortably fit without taking all the adjoining garden. We then, along with our Architects, re-designed the garden to enable off-road parking for both the new build and the existing property. This was then submitted for planning approval which was passed.

We then fully renovated the existing house, creating a second bedroom and adding a further bathroom in the property this being a great way to maximize the value of existing property and the new build alongside it.

This also attained a substantially higher valuation than anticipated, and our client was extremely pleased with his returns and the high standard achieved.


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