Paul Burton and Peter Glazebrook have been appointed as Directors of Hallam Land Management Limited with effect for 1st January 2013. Paul joined the company in 2000 as a Land Buyer and Planner having previously worked for Yorkshire Water as an Environmental Planner.
Over last 12 months we have secured planning permission or minded to grant permission, subject to the signing of a planning agreement, on the following sites:
Hallam Land had a very successful year in 2011 in terms of its trading activity and also in securing new planning commitments. The trading performance for the year has improved on the last two years with external turnover of 30.1 million pounds and a profit before tax of 11.1 million pounds.
During a busy 2011 Hallam Land has concluded land sales at Rugby, Oxford and Countersthorpe. These transactions have continued a year of successful trading in what has been a challenging market.
Following an appeal to the Scottish Government last year which secured a 32 unit consent at Kirkintilloch Road, Bishopbriggs, an application followed in February of this year for an enhanced scheme of 50 units (including 14 affordable properties).
Hallam Land Management, the strategic land arm of the Henry Boot Group, has joined forces with Wm Morrison Supermarket PLC (Morrisons) and Barratt to invest in a major mixed use regeneration scheme in Bridgwater.
Planning applications were submitted in 2010 on the following sites:
Hallam Land Management Limited has completed the sale of optioned land with planning permission for 700 dwellings at Buckingham to Barratt Developments PLC and Bovis Homes Group PLC for an undisclosed sum.
Ruth McKeown has been appointed a Director of Hallam Land Management Limited with effect from 1st January 2011. Ruth joined the company in 1998 as a Senior Planner/Land Buyer having previously been with Stratford on Avon District Council.
Hallam Land Management Limited, the strategic land subsidiary of Henry Boot plc, have submitted a planning application to Clackmannanshire Council for 74 new homes with associated roads, footpaths and landscaping on its wholly owned site at Lower Mill Street, Tillicoultry.