Litton Property Group is an East Midlands based property development and investment group, established in 1995. We are based in the historic Lumford Mill in Bakewell, the heart of the Derbyshire Peak District.
We are successful and experienced developers, specialising particularly in the retail and leisure, regeneration and business use sectors. Our diverse portfolio is made up of retained developments and sites acquired for long term redevelopment or asset management.
It is our aim to continue to deliver high quality developments; to grow and add value to our portfolio; to provide high levels of service to our occupiers and to continue building our reputation as one of the leading developers in our region.
We are always interested in new development opportunities, particularly in our core areas of operation, including the Midlands, Yorkshire, North East and North West regions; we also consider new opportunities in other areas of the UK.
Our main areas of interest are development and asset management opportunities where substantial value can be added; ideally, these should be commercially-led mixed-use schemes.
We are interested in sites with a potential end-value in excess of £3m.
Litton Property Group is committed to maintaining the highest standards of environmental responsibility towards the communities with in which it operates, its staff, partners, and suppliers who work with us and the global environment.
In practice these responsibilities are applied to:
•Efficient management of our existing properties and assets through reducing carbon emissions and providing an operationally efficient environment and reducing life cycle costs.
•Developing sustainable buildings both new and refurbished – incorporating environmental assessment methods and well thought through design and build.
•Collaborating with communities and stakeholders – involving a partnership approach to achieve goals.
•Our commitment to training and education – we encourage staff, partners and suppliers to continually learn about environmental constraints and opportunities.