Strategic Offshore Property


Yateley, Hampshire, UK   Draft Allocation Secured

Yateley Quick Facts

Quick Facts

Yateley Phase Breakdown


Yateley Aerial View


Yateley Location


Site Information

Our latest strategic land investment site is located adjacent to the urban boundary of Yateley, Hampshire, close to the Surrey border. On successful allocation of the site we anticipate annualised returns in excess of 27% over a 4 - 6 year period.

The site consists of agricultural land which is adjacent to existing residential development in Yateley. The site is strategically placed on the western edge of the town with direct access from the town's main distributor road. It is in a sustainable location, being well located to the town's main supermarkets, health care facilities, schools and employment areas, therefore making it a sustainable location for an urban extension.

Our Planning Department Comments

Latest Planning Update

As described earlier this year, we have elected to proceed with an Outline Planning Application for a mixed-use development for our site. The mixed use will comprise of a C2 care home alongside residential development of up to 70 homes.

A pre-application submission was made to Hart based on the above prior to lockdown and engagements with the local council, whilst restricted, continued during the UK nationwide lockdown. Currently, the council has expressed strong support for a care home development or a care style village, but work continues on the residential element of the development. The council have expresssed an interest to restrict the development to care home provision along the lines of enhanced sheltered living. This would most likely be in the form of small cottages / bungalows alongside the care home allowing independent living with the benefits of on-site support services, site managers and personal and home help services.

We have had several expressions of interest from prospective developers and are currently working closely with a care home company that specializes in developments of this nature. We are assessing the supportive work required for sheltered housing applications and hope to make further progress during Q4 2020.