Land for sale in Greater London

The City of London skyline viewd from London City Hall

Are you looking for building plots in Greater London or Middlesex or a renovation or conversion opportunity close to the Capital? Plotfinder.net holds a database of building plots across the South East and throughout England, Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales. On the right you'll find links to the very latest properties for sale in London and Middlesex, click on the orange text to find out more.

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Useful links for Greater London and Middlesex

 

Companies working in Greater London and Middlesex

Goa Studio
GOA Studio provide architectural services for residential extensions and refurbishments to houses and flats across London.

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Real self-build stories from Homebuilding & Renovating magazine

Remodelling a London Terrace
Winner of Best Remodel in the Homebuilding & Renovating Awards 2009. Cathie Curran has artfully remodelled and extended her London terrace, using rooflights, wooden flooring and built-in storage to make it spacious, stylish and sunny.

Clever Home on a Small Site
Giles and Rosemary Jerrit overcame the difficulties of a tight plot and red tape to enjoy spectacular success with their first self-build.

A Light Filled Extension
Dan and Jocelyn Ahmad have, with a bit of help from Coffey Architects, solved all the problems with their charming Victorian home in one go.

A Low Impact Self-build by the Thames
Julia Kendell and Andrew Hughes-Hallett have created an impressive low-impact, low-maintenance contemporary home on a floodplain site backing onto the River Thames.

Image: The City of London skyline as viewed toward the north-west from the top floor viewing platform of London City Hall on the southern side of the Thames by David Iliff; Used under CC BY-SA 3.0; (Cropped from original).