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The Hunt Group

Paul Hunt founded the Hunt Group in 1983 and it remains in family control offering a friendly, caring service.

It is essential, in our view, that we strive to provide each client with a service that is tailor made to their requirements. This is borne out of an understanding that each client and their circumstance is unique and consequently their expectations and demands will vary.

Being a modestly sized company allows us the freedom and flexibility that is essential in an ever-changing landscape of political policy.

Our comprehensive suite of services has been tested by time and refined to what we believe to be the most deliverable in today’s market..

The Hunt Group operates in two main areas of business

  • Commercial building and landscape contracting
  • Residential property development and Planning specialists

Corporate Statement

Corporate and social responsibility is at the heart of the Hunt Group’s philosophy and we continually seek to improve our reputation for integrity and honesty.

We fully recognise that our business has a social, economical and environmental impact on the community we live and operate in.

We take responsibility for our actions and are committed to maintaining the highest standards possible when dealing with clients, consumers, employees, suppliers and stakeholders..



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    Stetons Yard

    The Hunt group are working with this landowner to transform a former storage/engineering yard into a new gated community of five luxury houses. Turners Hill is a desirable area...
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    Boundary Farm – Banstead

    This opportunity came as a spin-off from two other developments that we had secured planning for in the same road.. . Originally a roofers yard, this site was at odds...
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    Broad Oak – Rye – East Sussex

    We have been approached by a land owner near Rye in East Sussex, who found that his garden was now too large to cope with. We explored some possibilities with...

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