With a tight team that can reach decisions quickly, Jansons has a formidable acquisition strategy based on solid and secure business fundamentals.
With the initiative and tenacity to gain difficult planning consents, attention to detail is fundamental to success and a substantial investment is made to every planning application.
Using this expertise to maximise development value and deliver completed projects on time and in budget, has been key to the success of the company.
Sectors we specialise in are:
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Jansons has an established presence in the student accommodation sector with schemes currently underway in Durham and Chester, which will deliver 597 rooms to the market in 2018 and 2019. Further locations are under consideration.
With an increasing focus on unlocking the potential for development above existing uses such as car parks and railways, Jansons is actively pursuing opportunities for air-rights development across the UK for a variety of end uses.
With a long standing reputation in the industrial sector, we own a number of industrial sites and continue to maximize their value through solid management and development. Anglo Trade Park, Wokingham, was an ideal target opportunity. Bought out of receivership, it comprises 24 units, some sold, some let and some to be sold.
With extensive experience of both mixed use retail developments and major food store schemes, we have a strong track record of successful development. Our Soco development, in the heart of World Heritage site Edinburgh, combines a 259 bedroom hotel, prelet to Ibis, with a 4,708 sq ft Sainsburys Local. A well known coffee chain is poised to take space there and a live music venue, La Belle Angele, was reinstated as part of the development.
As part of our mixed use portfolio, we have successfully developed a number of small exclusive residential schemes in prime locations. Our residential arm has expanded considerably since Huw Williams joined Jansons. We have acquired a number of potential residential sites in the Thames Valley area and are in negotiations on various others.