Small developers have a lot to offer

SME developers have a lot to offer

Notion Development’s success is proof that SME housebuilders have a lot to offer despite sometimes feeling like a dying breed.

According to the Federation of Master Builders, SME developers built as many as two thirds of all new homes in the late 1980s. Since then however, many smaller companies have been merged with or sold to large housebuilders.   Over half of SME housebuilders who were in business in 2008 are gone.

We are confident that the tide is turning for smaller builders.  Certainly, our order books have never been busier and we think this is because of our flexibility and the fact that we will do the work that many larger developers simply won’t get out of bed for.

This month, we are delighted to have been able to complete on several new projects.  We are soon to start work to build a new development of nine townhouses in Ellenbrook, Worsley.  This is a joint venture project.

Notion Developments is always looking for potential joint venture partners.  We have the skills, knowledge and expertise to deliver quality builds which means our financial partners have peace of mind when it comes to getting a healthy return on their investment.

However, we are also confident enough to deliver our own schemes and have recently completed an exclusive development of five townhouses on Clifton Road in Monton Village.  These high spec, three bedroomed homes were reserved quickly and now only one property remains available for sale through a local agent.

And, our expertise is in demand across the country.  We will shortly be handing over The Quant Building in Walthamstow to HIltongrove, a private client.  The building, a former 1960s four storey former office block has, with our help, been transformed into modern flats.  This conversion of 60 properties has been one of our biggest schemes to date and the feedback from the client has been excellent.

We are confident that that SME housebuilder is back on the up.

 

Last modified on Wednesday, 12 July 2017 09:17