Given the nature of the product, BTR schemes often require a specific and bespoke approach to planning matters.
When developing a Build to Rent scheme, you will need to appoint a building inspector, who will work alongside you to ensure your project meets Building Regulations.
This article breaks down the risk areas for BTR into investment, development and design and highlights the key areas which investors and developers need to consider
Council officers and elected members need to be up to speed when it comes to understanding the differences between BTR and for-sale housing
With an integrated approach from the early stages of a project, art can secure many benefits to community and investment stakeholders; help to de-risk planning, integrate a development, encourage resident acquisition and retention, and create a long-lasting identity and legacy for the building.
A list of Selective Licensing and all complying Local Authorities