Residential Development

From Affordable starter properties to luxury family homes

Randall Orchard Construction Ltd offer complete housing schemes and developments across the North of England. Differing from most developers, we build homes, not just houses. Our homes have always been desirable to buyers, with high quality fixtures and finishes used across all our homes. Before your keys are handed over, your home must meet our expected quality standard.

Our long-standing relationships with warranty providers and lenders, means our precept is to never falter on quality. After customer satisfaction, our reputation is the next most important factor about the homes we build. The housing market can at times become volatile, but by maintaining an exceptionally high standard, the demand for our homes ensures our developments stand out.

We are involved in both social and private residential schemes. If you are a housing association/provider who has a scheme that you are looking to tender, or a landowner that is looking to develop, Randall Orchard Construction Ltd are your first choice when looking for a contractor/partner to assist you in achieving this. We have worked on schemes in urban and rural areas, ranging from affordable starter homes to luxury family homes.

If you are an agent or landowner looking to sell land for development, please contact us with your proposals, and our procurement team will assess any potential future transactions.

We want to hear from you about any of the following:

  • Development opportunities.
  • Joint venture arrangements.
  • Funding facilities.
  • Planning consultancy.
  • Estate expansion.

Other services we offer

We have extensive knowledge and experience working on commercial projects and for commercial clients.

Commercial Development

Whether a new build, full refurbishment, conversion, alteration, or extension, we have the skill set to help you achieve this.

Bespoke Residence

We have extensive experience working on listed buildings and buildings within conservation areas.

Heritage & Conservation

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