Landmark Estates relocates to new headquarters in Ringwood, Hampshire

Prolific residential and commercial property developer, Landmark Estates has recently merged two offices to create one central headquarters in Ringwood, Hampshire.

Previously with offices in Brockenhurst and in Christchurch, Landmark Estates operates throughout the south of England and London and has made this move in order to be close to Bournemouth, Southampton and the New Forest which are some of the company’s target areas. The larger central office will create a central headquarters from which the company plans to expand its development area.

Ringwood also provides excellent access onto the A31, A338 and also easy rail links to London and other major transport hubs.

The move follows Landmark Estate’s recent announcement that it has achieved planning permission to regenerate the well-known and much loved Fordingbridge hospital into a collection of smart flats and houses. The hospital will provide 15 dwellings, including 11 flats and four single storey houses ranging from one to two bedrooms. All of the properties will be finished to a high specification and include parking. Every residence will either have private outside space or access to communal gardens.

James Bradley, Managing Director at Landmark Estates comments:

“This is an important move for Landmark Estates as it reinforces our connection with the New Forest, Southampton and Bournemouth. It makes sense to combine the two offices to create a central headquarters from which we can run all of our operations. We have previous and existing developments nearby and we plan to continue our expansion in the region as well as maintaining our interest in prime London locations.”

Landmark Estates consistently achieves planning permission for a variety of sites throughout the area from smaller ‘backland’ plots to large regeneration projects on the seafront. Always on the lookout for new sites, Landmark Estates would like anyone with a potential site to contact them right away, even if the property or site has been refused planning in the past.