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Updated on 15th July 2024.
We are now taking reservations for:
  • A 2 bedroom bungalow in Grayshott, Hampshire (for immediate occupation).
  • One 2 bedroom and two 3 bedroom houses in Staple, Kent (for immediate occupation).
  • Two 2 bedroom apartments in East Meon, Hampshire (for immediate occupation).
  • Four 1 & 2 bed maisonettes in Eastergate, West Sussex (August 2024).
  • One 2 bedroom and four 3 bedroom houses in Crowborough, East Sussex (available in the autumn of 2024).
  • A 2 bed house and fourteen 1 and 2 bedroom apartments in Rottingdean, East Sussex (from July 2024).

Please click on the links to find out more about these developments. We will be launching further schemes this year in:

  • Sittingbourne, Kent (1 bedroom apartments).
  • Godalming, Surrey (1 bedroom apartments).
  • Easebourne, West Sussex (2 and 3 bedroom houses).
  • Nutbourne, West Sussex (2 and 3 bedroom houses).
  • Loxwood, West Sussex (1 & 2 bedroom flats and maisonettes).
  • Barns Green, West Sussex (1 and 2 bedroom apartments and 3 bedroom houses).
  • Cobham, Surrey (1 and 2 bedroom apartments and 2 bedroom houses).
  • Martlesham, Suffolk (1 and 2 bedroom apartments).
  • Buxted, East Sussex (1 bed apartments and a 2 bed house).

Further developments are also either secured or under negotiation for delivery within the next 12 to 18 months throughout the South and South East of England (with sites in other areas also being discussed).

If you presently live, work or have a close family connection with any of the following local authority areas – and are unable to purchase a new home in the open market – then we will happily register your interest for the above or our possible future developments (* denotes areas where schemes are presently underway or terms are agreed and forthcoming):

  • Arun District Council*
  • Brighton & Hove City Council*
  • Chichester District Council*
  • Dover District Council*
  • East Hampshire District Council*
  • East Suffolk Council*
  • Elmbridge Borough Council*
  • Guildford Borough Council*
  • Horsham District Council*
  • Lewes District Council
  • Mid Sussex District Council*
  • Mole Valley District Council*
  • Reigate & Banstead Borough Council
  • Rother District Council*
  • Swale Borough Council*
  • Tandridge District Council
  • Test Valley Borough Council
  • Thanet District Council
  • Tunbridge Wells Borough Council*
  • London Borough of Wandsworth*
  • Waverley Borough Council*
  • Wealden District Council*

Further information will be available on this web-site as soon as it becomes available but please contact us if you want to register for our future developments.

Landspeed deliver new affordable homes to people who cannot afford a property on the open market.

Our flats and houses are priced well below open market values (usually with at least a 25% discount) and are either constructed by reputable home-builders on our behalf or directly by Landspeed.

All new Landspeed homes come with a full warranty and generally do not differ substantially from the open market properties that are built on the same developments.

Our purchasers usually need to have a connection with the local area within which the homes are located. You can find out more by checking through the most frequently asked questions.

Landspeed’s new homes are available via either shared ownership or shared equity means and, most importantly, are mortgageable without the need to pay rent on the unpurchased equity share – meaning our purchasers only ever pay a mortgage (and any service charges).

We call this “shared purchase” as we can deliver our properties via either of the two mechanisms, subject to our purchasers’ financial circumstances.

If you are interested in one of our new properties then you need to fill in and post or scan back our application form.

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