Based in London, Land Club Ltd was founded in March 2017 by real estate professionals with a vision to provide an accessible investment route into credible and tangible land based projects. We are a regulated crowdfunding platform offering equity based opportunities and bond offerings to create a community of investors seeking to invest in strategic land opportunities in their own communities as well as throughout the UK.
Land Club is an appointed representative of Share In Ltd who are authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. The FCA is the body that regulates the conduct of the financial services industry in the UK. Share In are an experienced white label crowdfunding platform and a founding member of the UK Crowdfunding Association.
Land Club is backed by real estate owners and developers; Affinity Global Real Estate.
Affinity Global Real Estate specialise in the acquisition of real estate based assets where there is an opportunity to add value. This may be via refurbishment, redevelopment, a more intense and innovative approach to asset management or through planning gain. Affinity boast assets across many different sub sectors of the real estate industry with an investment portfolio valued in excess £129m covering commercial, residential, retail and redevelopment.
Being backed by Affinity Global Real Estate means we have exclusive access to their projects and opportunities to offer out to the investor market.
Land Club works with the best in class as strategic planning partners who have a demonstrable track record in successfully achieving planning consents on strategic and brownfield sites. Our strategic planning partner is Savills. In 2016, the team secured planning permission for over 17,000 new homes and are currently promoting Strategic Land with a total capacity of in excess of 150,000 residential units.
Mission “Land Club was created as a platform to allow investment and ownership of land by the many and not just by the few.”
“Land Club seeks to assist local councils meet their housing quotas via the regeneration of underutilised land into development ready schemes with optimal planning permission.”
“Land Club development schemes will seek to be sustainable, regenerative and create a legacy for the communities they serve.”