The company – which was acquired by L&Q in February 2017 – has been rebranded as part of its integration into the residential developer.
Since its acquisition, it has sold over 5,500 plots, and currently controls land capable of delivering 46,500 new homes, mainly in the South and South Midlands.
L&Q has already contracted on the first three land deals (totalling 735 homes) with Gallagher Estates, and the teams have collectively identified a further 3,000 homes to be built out as L&Q.
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“Our highly experienced team of experts will continue to deliver a quality product to the marketplace that provides landowners with the confidence that our approach will drive best value, and demonstrates to local authorities that we are a leading enabler of quality homes and sustainable communities,” said Gregg Wilkinson, group managing director at L&Q Estates (pictured above).
“By aligning with L&Q’s broader ambition to deliver 100,000 homes, L&Q Estates will now expand by targeting additional opportunities with new partners.”