About

With a love of buildings and a passion for designing and building better homes, Andrew Minto founded Landhaven in 2015, an award-winning property development company in Bristol. Most recently a finalist in the November 2023 Bristol Property Awards ‘Developer’ and ‘Transformation’ categories.

Capitalising on the success of his award-winning architecture practice and experience as a Building Inspector at North Somerset Council for eight years, Andrew was determined to shift the perceptions of developers with a new, considered, approach to creating design-led homes built well for a lifetime and beyond. He knew the only way to do this was if he had complete control of the design and build process, so Landhaven was born.

Andrew’s unique experience and insight ensures he can manage everything from start to finish. From first concepts and applying for planning permission through to funding and construction, and eventual sale or rental, he manages the whole process to ensure the project completes successfully. Moreover, he’s always trying to foresee potential problems and design better solutions to avoid costly mistakes or compliance issues further down the line.

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Want to invest in the UK property market? Property development, buy-to-let, investing with a developer or crowdfunding. Which one is right for you?
Want to invest in the UK property market? Property development, buy-to-let, investing with a developer or crowdfunding. Which one is right for you?
Landhaven’s MD, Andrew Minto, shares what he’s learnt about property development in Bristol in the last 10 years.
What are the benefits of developing brownfield sites and how can you ensure success? Expert advice from Landhaven.
Selling garden land for developement has the potential to unlock huge value in your property. But first, it's important to carefully weigh up the pros and cons.
At a time when we’re all tightening our belts and considering ways to protect our financial future, you may be wondering if selling your garden land for development is the answer.
Converting redundant commercial buildings to residential homes can be more sustainable, add value and help revive the high street. Find out more.
The future of shared housing is co-living. From community to affordability to sustainability, find out what next generation co-living has to offer.