imageChailey Homes has a professional in-house capability covering most aspects and functions of the development business. Our experience encompasses an in-depth knowledge of all elements of the development process from land sourcing, sales and marketing to construction and development management.

The Directors supported by our construction and land management teams are commercially aware and acutely conscious of cost controls, the necessity to purchase right, being achieved through a well established network of contacts that, through experience trust our skills at being able to deliver and close deals.

In addition, in order to maintain the very high standards of design, the architectural services are outsourced to a number of reputable architectural & engineering practices. This ensures that we maintain individuality in all aspects of design, to the extent that it is not normal for this company to build the same design of home more than once.

Chailey Homes specialise in sites normally within the urban settlement areas, which offer an element of exclusivity within a mature environment. As well as 'off market' deals, subject to planning consents, the company specialise in acquiring sites, by way of site assembly (knitting land owners gardens together) within established residential areas. Each development being bespoke and not reliant on standard house types.

Chailey's philosophy appeals to the discerning and demanding purchaser that requires an element of exclusivity, that can be achieved within an established and particularly mature environment.


We feel that by providing a wide variety of good homes, from starter homes to large spacious family accommodation, we cater for the widest practical housing demand while minimizing market fluctuations. In addition, by operating in a relatively wide geographical area for our projected size, the company will maximize its opportunities for acquiring good located sites, without the necessity of paying premium land prices.

Due to our management structure and attitude towards tight control of costs, we believe that there is tremendous scope to be exploited between the small parochial company who trade within their own 'back yard' and the Public Limited Company, that because of group dictates, overhead expenses and financial constraint can only be competitive, in the main, on larger developments.

The company is extremely well supported by various financial institutions in our development programme.