Inland Homes has acquired two sites – in Acton, West London and High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire – and entered into options over a further two sites in Frating and Boreham, both in Essex.
It has also got planning consent for a total of 101 units across five existing sites. The sale of 48 residential plots at Drayton Garden Village for £7.6m will help to fund activity.
Inland's new one-acre site in Acton, West London, near Shepherd's Bush, has been bought from Saint-Gobain. A planning application for a 100-unit apartment scheme is expected to be submitted by autumn this year.
The High Wycombe site is an office building set in five acres with significant residential development potential. Inland is promoting the site for residential development with 50 homes.
The company also intends to seek planning permission for up to 50 residential units at the 6.5 acre site in Frating and for 28 residential units at the 2.3 acre site in Boreham.
Inland Homes’ total landbank now stands at 3,652 plots.