Finance for Land with or without planning consent
Land finance can be a term loan, an overdraft or more commonly bridging finance. In most instances the borrowers requirement is for speed and certainty of delivery. It could be land with planning permission being purchased to develop out or land with no planning that is being acquired to achieve a future gain.
Over the years we had completed a range of land funding transactions. The uses have varied from residential housing, commercial retail through to farming and agricultural.
Our most recent transactions include a golf course for change of use to care home development, a 46 acre site being prepared by a joint venture for sale to a Plc house builder and brown field site that required infrastructure investment. These facilities ranged in loan size from £2m to £17.5m and vary from the capital providers which included a debt fund, a bank and a bridging finance lender.
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