Landlords and developers looking for land or redevelopment properties for sale now have a new resource to help their searches.

Addland.com aims to digitise land sales, making it easier for developers, land agents and house builders to find, research, buy and sell land, claiming to be the first of its kind in the UK.

Land for sale is uploaded by estate agents, house builders and strategic land alliances using its Addland Agent subscription from which they can manage the sales process on the site from listing through to completion receiving offers digitally, getting an overview of leads and viewings, and communicating directly with buyers. 

Addland’s Pro subscription gives searchers access to advanced mapping that visualises plots while individual overlays reveal details such as flood zones, public rights of way, boundary details, acreage and terrain levels. 

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It can streamline analysis, pricing and selling of residential, commercial and agricultural land, so developers can identify and analyse plots more quickly.

The data is powered directly from source at Ordnance Survey, Land Registry and government sites, and is available remotely when in the field.

The free version of the site lets users register for off-market land alerts, organise viewings, submit offers and communicate with land agents through their personalised dashboard.

Founder Thomas McAlpine (pictured) says: “Our platform offers a single destination that brings land to life – an aggregation of existing industry subscriptions, an entire end-to-end back office service and all the research tools needed to undertake complete due diligence.

“Digitalising the whole process this way means we can create both time and financial efficiencies for our customers, making it easier to find, research, buy or sell land.”

More than 450 listings are now live on the platform with industry names including Savills, Bidwells and Land & New Homes Network already signed up.

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