Case Studies for Development Finance


We deliver loans for various types of development finance. Below are a few examples of situations our customers have been in that resulted in them taking out a development finance loan.

3.5 million Re-Bridge with UK Property Finance

The client we were working with was a successful property investor, primarily based in the London area. We originally secured a 12 month bridging solution on his behalf that was used to finance the acquisition of a large office block building which was situated in the Midlands. In order to […]

Two phase housing Development Finance

We were approached by a local land developer to discuss the purchase of a site with planning consent for 15 detached executive homes in rural location in Leicestershire. We advised our client, post the Brexit vote, to divide the project in two, building a first phase of eight houses. This […]

Residential Development Finance

A client contacted us after a year of frustrating negotiations with two High Street banks over a Scottish residential opportunity they had. Land had been acquired for 20,000 using their savings and planning consent had been sort for three 2 bedroomed semi-detached houses as our client’s maiden project. With a […]

Development Finance Raised for New Developer with No Past Experience

Here at UK Property Finance, we usually find ourselves organising fast and reliable development finance solutions for the more experienced developer. However, we were recently approached by a pub landlord who had no prior experience in the development sector who was looking to turn his attention from running a pub to […]

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