Residential Developments & Land Assembly

We have overseen a wide range of residential property developments in Cardiff and across the UK. Here are some examples of our residential / land assembly projects.

Residential Property Development – Recent Projects

371 Bed Co-Living scheme Tottenham
371 Bed Co-Living scheme TottenhamTottenham, EnglandJV formed with Jigsaw Assets Ltd for a 371 Bed Co-Living Scheme in Tottenham Hale. Planning application to be submitted January 2021.
Gerddi Glantaf Gardens
Gerddi Glantaf GardensTreforest, WalesAttractive, high-quality new property development in Treforest
Mix of 2 and 3 bedroom homes
Located within easy travelling distance of Pontypridd, Cardiff, and the Brecon Beacons
St Edeyrns Village
St Edeyrns VillageBridge Road, CardiffWe assembled this 150 acre landholding and set up the ‘St Edeyrns Consortium’ with a view to securing planning permission for 1000 new houses
The development will provide a new primary school, infrastructure, affordable housing and a Riverside Park accessible to all.
PMG successfully secured a Reserved Matters planning consent for this scheme in 2015 and concluded complex abnormal cost negotiations with the purchasing National House-Builder in April 2016.
Previous developers had tried for thirty years previously to obtain planning permission without success.
Church Village
Church VillageRhondda Cynon Taff, WalesThe development of a site to provide 270 family homes in Rhondda Cynon Taff
Resolved significant issues related to ransom and access issues, ownership, conservation (SINC) and further site assembly requirements.
Sale agreed to a national house builder at full value.
Chiltern Close
Chiltern CloseLlanishen, CardiffAcquisition of a 1.2 acre Brownfield site with a redundant 22,000 sq.ft laboratory
Opportunity to provide a sustainable location for much needed residential accommodation in Cardiff
Secured planning permission for 70 one and two bedroom apartments with on-site car parking.
Former Bernard Hastie Site
Former Bernard Hastie SiteMorfa Road, SwanseaAcquisition of the Bernard Hastie industrial site (7.3 acres)
Change of use granted for a residential scheme of 142 homes
Site assembly and environmental issues overcome
This was a very complex planning permission to have achieved on a site with many varied and significant issues. Without these being unlocked this site would still be redundant to this day.
Sold to a national house builder.
Copper Quarter – Former Addis Site
Copper Quarter – Former Addis SiteAcquisition of industrial / brownfield site adjacent to the River Towy
Secured detailed planning for 564 residential homes
Sold to Barratt Homes following receipt of planning
Ferry Road
Ferry RoadAcquisition of the 8 acre Brownfield site
Secured planning consent for 170 new homes and a 3 acre nature reserve
Overcame significant infrastructure problems and sold to a national house-builder
PMG Properties Ltd - Joint Venture
PMG Properties Ltd - Joint VentureJoint venture with the Bible College of Wales to maximise the value of the 3.5 acre site
Complex planning permission secured for 54 new executive homes on site A with site B currently subject of a planning application
Record land value achieved on sale of site A to Taylor Wimpey
PMG Pullman - Joint Venture
PMG Pullman - Joint VentureJoint venture with Pullman Fabrication Ltd, the railway coach builders to relocate their site
Various company relocations and new site assembly
Site sold to Cardiff University following vacant possession
PMG Canal Parade Ltd - Joint Venture
PMG Canal Parade Ltd - Joint VentureJoint venture with engineering companies Cyrus Engineering and Taylor & Sons, obtaining residential consent for 164,000 sq.ft
Promoted this strategic site in the centre of Cardiff
Obtained agreement on change of use from industrial to residential
Various leasehold and covenant issues negotiated with Cardiff Council
Marks and Spencers
Marks and SpencersAcquisition of a 130,000 sq.ft distribution depot, let to Marks & Spencer
Subsequent negotiation of a surrender of their lease and gained planning consent for 170 residential units.
Sold to a national house-builder