Land is becoming increasingly cheap in the country, with some landowners taking advantage of this to maximise profit from their land.
In the UK, cheap land is often used for the benefit of nearby businesses, but this isn’t the only way that land can be sold.
Land is also increasingly used to finance development projects, and the Government is increasingly keen to protect the environment.
So it’s no surprise that some land is being turned into apartments, luxury hotels and even a hotel-cum-residential complex.
There’s a new housing boom in England, which is driving up land prices in the north-west of England, and with the government’s new plan to build 1,500 new homes, land prices are likely to be rising in the next year or so.
Landscape Architect David Woodhouse explains how to make use of cheap land for your projects.