0191 378 6100

Banks Property

Established in 1976, the Banks Group has decades of experience developing land across the north of England and Scotland to provide high-quality, much-needed homes for people in the places where they want to live. We prioritise working with communities and landowners throughout the development process to ensure our projects provide social, economic and environmental benefit to the communities which host our developments. This is what we call development with care. 


Banks property in numbers


Planning permission secured


New homes in the planning system



Planning success rate in the last 10 years


Active projects across the north of England and Scotland

Key Facts

  • Secured planning permission for over 11,000 homes
  • Currently 2,400 new homes in the planning system
  • An exceptional 100% planning success rate in the last 10 years
  • Working with several regional and national housebuilders
  • Expertise in developing some of the largest and most complex sites in the country
  • Follow our development with care approach from project inception to completion

Putting our communities first

We believe that land should be developed to maximise the benefits for both new and existing communities whilst helping to bridge the gap between supply and demand for housing in the UK.

We carry out extensive and early discussions to build relationships with key local stakeholders and communities – this is at the heart of our development with care approach. We know that trust is earned by making good on our promises and honouring our commitments. We don’t use jargon – we’ll detail our plans in a way you’ll understand, and we’ll listen to understand your views. We believe that it is this approach that sets us apart from others and is why we have such a successful track record.

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