14th November was a special day for Derby based commercial property specialists, Alps Group, as they celebrated their 15th anniversary.
The company, which was established in 2000 by CEO and founder Peter Alcock, has gone from strength to strength, providing professional and practical commercial property advice to their clients.
Peter Alcock reflects on this fantastic achievement:
'I had 30 years in-house experience and knew the shortcomings of the services offered by the large surveying practices. I therefore formed Alps 15 years ago to offer a specialist hands-on property service. Our experience is second to none - over 40 countries in all 5 continents - mature markets and growing ones. Come and talk to us about what we've done and how we can help you and your business.'
The government has introduced a statutory register of brownfield land suitable for housing in England and plans to legislate that local authorities will be able to give automatic permission in principle on brownfield sites identified on those registers, subject to a limited number of technical details. The Government hope this will help achieve the target of getting 90% of local development orders in place on suitable brownfield sites by 2020.
This in turn will create a 'zonal' system which will reduce unnecessary delay and uncertainty for brownfield development. The government will be able to directly intervene in the planning process to ensure work commences on previously developed land.
If you would like further information on how Alps can help you source brownfield sites, provide appraisals for possible developments and manage projects through to completion please contact Alps Group on 01332 34 64 24.