Inland Homes Plc (LON:INL) is the topic of conversation when Hardman & Co Analyst Tony Williams talks to DirectorsTalk. Tony explains what the company does, the amount of land that it owns, the amount of land that it has sold, why they also build houses and Tony’s thoughts on the current share price value.
Inland Homes is a brownfield regeneration specialist, housebuilder and mixed-use developer. Its core skills are acquiring largely unconsented sites principally in southern England, taking them through planning to breaking ground,
development and sale.
Its foundations have been built on a proactive and decisive approach to identifying the right land opportunities, ability to navigate the complex planning system and to maximise the potential of the final development. This knowledge and experience influences our decisions when it comes to choosing appropriate plots for self-delivery, ensuring we can maximise the value of the final developments.
With a versatile structure, relatively small team, local insight and opportunistic approach gives a competitive advantage, ensuring they can react fast to secure the sites they want at a price that provides healthy returns. Once secured, their knowledge of and relationships with local authorities, and the wealth of experience in its land and planning teams, means that they are able to secure planning consent for the sites they own and manage.
Ambitious developments, combining style, comfort and sustainability for a wide social demographic, deliver appropriate rewards for its business, stakeholders, shareholders and the local community. Increasingly, they are utilising their own land bank to grow housebuilding operations and this growth will continue to optimise its revenue profile.
Inland Homes plc is incorporated in the UK and its main country of operation is the UK.
The UK City Code on Takeovers and Mergers published by the Takeover Panel applies to the company.