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Mather Jamie closes two land sales for housing development to Jelson

Specialist land development and property consultancy Mather Jamie has completed the sale of two plots of land which will be developed for housing in North Leicestershire and Warwickshire.

The two sites are in highly desirable locations in Rugby and Long Clawson.

Located East of Brownsover Lane, the Rugby site has been purchased by Jelson and comprises 5.69 acres. It has planning permission for 14 new dwellings which will be a mix of 2,3, and 4 bedroom houses along with the creation of a community green space.

The Long Clawson development has also been purchased by Jelson and has outline planning permission for 45 houses on the site of former farm buildings and large storage barns.

Commenting on the two of completions, Mather Jamie Senior Associate Director Gary Kirk said, “One of our key strengths is that we often work with our landowning clients on a strategic basis over a number of years to bring forward development opportunities. Both Rugby and Long Clawson are examples of sites we have been closely involved with for several years and we are proud of the outcome for both clients. Early engagement in any site allows us to feed into the planning process in such a way as to maximise value and saleability of a scheme in order that our clients achieve the very best outcome on sale. We expect to continue delivering similar sites to market in order to meet the high demand for greenfield sites for new build housing.”

Kieran Henry, Land Manager from Jelson added, “There is huge demand for new build developments in rural locations as the new generation of hybrid worker seeks to escape the city and enjoy the countryside. We plan to build sensitively, whilst also bringing much needed new housing to these areas. As a well-respected 130 year old family owned business, we are committed to building strong connections with our local communities and pride ourselves in changing unused spaces into places where families can build a life and thrive.”