Starting Out On The Right Foot
The expert support needed to pick land that:
- Facilitates your vision.
- Provides the desired ROI.
- Won’t bog you down in avoidable problems.
This is how it all starts: the adventure of a lifetime. Once you’ve picked out some land and made an offer, you’ll be able to start mapping your site, working on your planning application and choosing your glamping units. But buying land isn’t something you should rush.
In fact, it’s arguably the single most important part of the planning process. Your site’s potential is intrinsically linked to the quality of the land it sits on, so you’ll want to spend time getting it right.
Ideally, you want a plot that’s scenic, relatively isolated and spacious enough to give your guests that “lost in nature” vibe. But you also need to pick out a site that’s close to roads and footpaths, sewage infrastructure, water and electricity.
To ensure that you can actually move ahead with your project, you’ll also want to pick a site that’s likely to get planning permission, which means evaluating local planning guidelines, looking at the success rate of similar developments and trying to build a rough picture of your site’s feasibility before you make an offer or commit to leasing land for an extended period of time.
It’s all a bit overwhelming, but you don’t have to go it alone. Experienced glamping experts with firsthand experience of the land-buying process, we’re ideally placed to help you evaluate different plots and find the perfect home for your new endeavour.