Energy required for heating and lighting has previously made this form of agriculture less viable when compared with importing produce from warmer climates, but intelligent design, location and source of energy is now making low-carbon greenhouses a highly valued asset for landowners of otherwise low-value land.
Landström is able to work with landowners from concept through to delivery – taking care of all technical, planning and financial aspects of a project. Transparency and effective communication are at the core of our business, giving landowners known returns from the beginning of our partnership through the use of our land promotion agreements or option agreements.
Our sister company – Low Carbon Farming, will work alongside Landström at all phases from the appraisal to delivery of a developed site. Low Carbon Farming have the in-house expertise to build high-technology, high-efficiency glasshouses and horticultural units that are in demand by all the top UK growers and supermarkets – meaning that an end-user will normally be ready and in place before development begins.
a highly valued asset for landowners of otherwise low-value land
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