National Grid Property
Regenerating former gasworks
across the North West
National Grid Property is committed to regenerating our portfolio of brownfield sites across the North West of England. Working with partners, we want to unlock the potential of our diverse range of sites.
We have a challenging ambition to provide hundreds of new homes, as well as deliver economic and environmental regeneration. To achieve this, we would like to work with partners from the public and private sectors including housing associations, local authorities and developers.
If you are interested in partnering with us to develop our land, or want to know more about our plans, please complete the enquiry form below.
National Grid Property own land that is no longer needed for National Grid’s operations. Our portfolio is made up predominantly of former gasworks and gas holder sites which were used to generate, store and distribute gas to towns and cities across Great Britain.
Traditionally we have sold our land on the open market, but we now want to be part of the regeneration story. We want to work with others to create new homes and new businesses – places people want to live and work.
We own a portfolio of around 40 sites across the North West, which offer exciting opportunities for a range of different types of development.
Some of our sites have great potential to deliver a broad range of much needed housing, and we are especially interested in working with others to realise what these sites can deliver.
The interactive map shows you the scale and range of opportunities available. Click on the markers for site specific information. To learn more please contact us below.
Head of Land Development
Ben joined National Grid Property in 2010 and is a chartered surveyor. His first role was managing the disposal of National Grid Property’s smaller surplus sites through market sale, before moving into their Joint Venture team, where he managed a portfolio of strategic sites across the North West and Scotland.
He then spent two years working on the joint venture between National Grid Property and the Berkeley Group, called St. William, before moving to lead the Land Development team. As Head of Land Development, he is responsible for creating joint ventures and partnerships for the development of National Grid Property’s landholdings outside of London.
Land Development Manager
Katherine joined National Grid Property in 2013 after eight years working as an Environmental Consultant in the contaminated land sector.
During her time at National Grid Property she has worked across their extensive UK portfolio delivering a wide range of land remediation and gasholder demolition projects. More recently Katherine has joined the Land Development team and is exploring how the business can maximise the development potential of their North West landholdings and assist with the delivery of much needed quality housing across the region.
If you are interested in learning more about National Grid Property’s ambitions for the North West, or if you have an interest in specific sites, please fill in the below form and a member of the team will be in touch with you.