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Government Assistance Doing Little to Help Smaller Builders

An industry study has revealed that despite on-going efforts from the government to boost the sector, SMEs in the construction industry are struggling to access funding. Housing supply has been a firm priority point for the government for several years now, as affordable inventory in the UK continues to dwindle. […]

Development Finance In Greater Need As Two Thirds Of Adults Prefer Brand-New Properties

It’s becoming clear that as far as the average would-be home buyer in the UK is concerned, one type of property takes precedence over all others. We’re not talking about the size, shape or specification of the property either, but rather the all-important matter of whether or not it’s new. […]

Development Finance – Bridgingloans.co.uk have the experience

The last 6 months has seen a marked upturn in lenders willing to fund property development deals – from small refurbishment projects to multi-million pound newbuild developments. At Bridgingloans.co.uk we have been able to take full advantage of this volume increase due to our expertise in the marketplace. Recently completed […]

Increased Involvement In Development And Renovation Finance

In the last few months Bridgingloans.co.uk has substantially increased its involvement in locating the funds needed to cater for the surging demand for development and major renovation requiring finance. Bridgingloans.co.uk which is a trading style of Penuptra Consulting Ltd is a directly FCA authorised and regulated business focusing almost entirely […]

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