breathing new life into your cities

Who we are

PV Developments is a collaboration of two local property families, Parnell & Vail, both having strong links to Hampshire and the South of England. We are committed to breathing new life into your cities.

We are experts at identifying land opportunities and managing the development process through every stage to the ultimate management of a build to rent property investment product.

At the forefront of our company ethos is the importance of sustainability design and efficiencies of building life cycle.

We control this through highly developed design techniques and incorporating new technological advances in building fabric and also by our experience over time of having a deep insight into the operational running costs of buildings. Specialising in all consumer life stages from student and young professional through to retirement.

Our developments are purpose built, beautifully designed, modern living solutions.

Our approach


Larger scale developments provide the economies of scale to deliver communal living.


The scale of residence provides new living experiences bringing people together.


City centre locations enable easy access to all transport hubs, and reduce reliance for cars. Also include onsite are cycling storage, car clubs and an electric vehicle charging point.


As a long term investor we place critical importance on the environment and sustainability. Each development is new and purpose-built from the ground up which allows cutting edge energy efficiency measure.We prioritise local materials, contractors and product.


Tired city centres become vibrant communities.


Purpose built with quality design inside and out; from roof gardens to street life.


Examples include:
Earlsdon, Portsmouth – 163 residential rental units
Middle Street, Portsmouth – 21 student units
Wickham Street, Portsmouth – 76 co-living residential rental units
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