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LVA and its Alliances

LVA is an investor and planning project manager in UK land and property. We focus on forming responsible alliances with landowners and all other stakeholders to create developments which add value to their communities. LVA's approach relies on forming alliances with property owners in which all parties' interests are mutual and aligned.

We are a market leading business in the strategic land investment and planning promotion sector. Our portfolio consists of over 70 sites totalling in excess of 1,500 acres throughout the UK ranging from 1 acre to over 300 acres. Within the portfolio, we have land at different stages of the planning promotion process, from sites being prepared for application through to those which are being sold for residential or commercial development with the benefit of planning permissions achieved.

During the planning process we seek to undertake constructive consultation with a broad range of stakeholders. We are very proud that we consult, undertake extensive technical studies, and seek to be involved in exemplar schemes, that can set a benchmark that contributes positively and sensitively to an area’s community wellbeing, safety, biodiversity, heritage, climate change preparedness and carbon saving aspirations.

We aim to respond to national and local planning policy on energy, sustainability and climate change, whilst balancing the need to overcome any physical constraints of a site. We have high level aspirational objectives to deliver highly sustainable, and ultra-low carbon development where possible.
We believe that our approach of creating working ‘alliances’ leads to better development.

Our team has decades of experience within the residential and commercial sectors. We engage proven local professionals from the best-in-class legal, planning and technical consultants to work with us on individual projects.

As a company, we commit fully and immediately to all our projects. We continue to expand and are looking for more greenfield and brownfield opportunities across the UK. Our business model of creating shared and mutual alliances within our sectors is proven, successful and clearly works for those involved.
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  • There is a basic need for more housing in the UK and a continuing supply of land is required to deliver the homes we need.

  • Changing consumer needs require new types of commercial and mixed-use development to allow businesses to grow. This supports local economies by providing employment and enhanced services.

  • Good development can ensure a range of community benefits.