This is a snapshot of just some of the Current and Past Sites that Landvest has an investment in. Some sites shown will be available for sale once planning consent has been granted. 

St Peters Hospice, Bristol

One of the smaller sites situated in a conservation area. Previously a hospice which had fallen into a state of disrepair and dereliction. Sensitive site due to the closeness to neighbouring homes. Landvest with the support of the neighbours obtained consent for 14 new homes and sold it to a regional builder, retaining a car park for future development.

Abbeymeads, Swindon

A complex site of 57 acres with prohibitive covenants and other challenges. Landvest obtained consent for 540 homes, a new greyhound stadium and a private care home. Different phases have been sold to Persimmon, Taylor Wimpey and Barrats David Wilson Homes.

Downend, Bristol. 

Landvest participated in this sought after site which was consented for a nursing home and a residential scheme. The former was sold to a specialist healthcare developer in the market and the later to a regional homebuilder. The existing buildings had to be demolished and the contaminated site had some remediation works carried out before the new development could take place.

Stoneleigh Abbey, near Kenilworth

Landvest as part of a consortium which has an agreement with the Stoneleigh Abbey Trust to promote an enabling site for 12 x 4 and 5 bedroom detached houses in the parkland grounds of this Grade 1 Listed stately home. The money raised will go towards the upgrading of facilities to ensure the long term financial security of the property which is open to the public. 

Cullompton Urban Extension

Landvest as part of a consortium which has three promotion agreements covering up to 550 units as part of this allocated site for 1,120 units, albeit the numbers are likely to go up when the local plan review takes place at the end of this year. The first phase application is for 200. The site delivers a relief road and a school as well as some social housing.

Royal Down. Winchester

As part of a consortium which has a promotion agreement covering about 720 acres of this 1,000 acre farm South of Winchester with a view to including it as a new garden village settlement in the review of the local plan due to start next year. The proposed scheme will include a relief road for Southern Winchester, a park and ride for Southern Winchester, a local centre, schools and around 3,500 units.


Landvest buys land with or without planning permission that may be suitable for development. 

Joint Ventures

Landvest will sometimes participate in joint venture opportunities with owners and equity partners. 


Landvest has established a business platform that allows us to source, acquire and entitle land, preparing the asset for sale to UK’s top homebuilders


This is a snapshot of just some of the Current and Past Sites that Landvest has an investment in

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