Hands on development could be good for your community — July 11, 2012
When you are aware of a lack of development in your own community, it could represent a good step to take matters into your own hands by starting a development of your own. It is possible to secure all the rights to a plot of land and then work alongside the powers that be to draw up a set of plans to build houses that conform to planning permission stipulations.
If you are successful in getting that far then you could make money on the development at the same time as giving something back to your community and delivering in an area that the major house builders can’t. As a member of the community already, you may have a better idea about the needs of the region.
Timber frame specialists can help you to make the most of your development by assisting you in the design process and in submitting your blueprints for planning permission. They can also add something to your development by making it more environmentally friendly and sustainable. These are attributes that have become very valuable in recent years.