Anyone can be a property developer.
Are you a Real Developer?
Recognising the Real Developer
Established property developers are not identified by a licence, badge or governing body. Property owners, agents and advisors have no means to cross reference against amateurs or cowboys. There is a lack of trust towards developers and anyobody can become one.
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TrustedLand, supported by LandTech, the creators of LandInsight , are putting together the first recognised buying panel of SME property developers in the South East. Our mission is to recognise and champion those Real Developers and focus the spotlight on their company, track record and achievements, guiding land stakeholders toward them.NOMINATE A REAL DEVELOPER*APPLY AS A REAL DEVELOPER
Are you a professional working with good quality developers?
Nominate a Real Developer and feature in the Real Developer 2020 Index.
What to expect from Real Developer 2020:
- Approved Real Developers to be introduced to 250 top land contacts
- Commended by the Association of Property & Fixed Charge Receivers
- 2020 Edition features qualified SME developers in the South-East
- Applicants vetted by TrustedLand’s expert-guided REAL Process
- £50 of every application goes to LandAid
“Nara commends the TrustedLand initiative as an enabler of greater transparency and increased certainty: essential elements for Fixed Charge Receivership advice in the often uncertain world of distressed real estate debt.”
Julian Healey, CEO of the Association of Property & Fixed Charge Receivers
British Property Federation Highlighted the Lack of Trust Toward Property Developers
In July 2019, two now widely acknowledged and open industry reports from the British Property Federation and Grosvenor UK & Ireland highlighted the lack of trust toward property developers from the public and key stakeholders.
In September 2019, Levitt Bernstein’s Julia Park launched a widely reported campaign to protect against poor quality PD conversions, with journalists like Editor of EG, Samantha McClary, suggesting unprofessional developers were to blame, creating social media frenzy of finger-pointing and blame.
Focusing on the thousands of UK SME’s, TrustedLand, supported by LandTech, believes that calling to the industry to identify those professional development firms and then recognising their teams and projects publically can start a process of wider recognition of the SME sector's contributions to communities and business, as well as social initiatives.
This wide base of development firms should have the opportunity to collectively share the many quality projects and teams they produce, working from the ground up to reset an example for the sector over time, working up to encourage and hold accountable larger firms.
Now is your opportunity, as an SME professional, investor or developer, to recognise those who are capable and competent of building real homes, real businesses and real legacies in the industry. Become a property development pioneer by submitting your firm or a firm you have worked with to be recognised through this unique opportunity.