Category Archives: Property Finance

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Planning Permission Granted For £150m West Bar Development Scheme

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New data shows that investments reached £2.35bn in the first six months of 2021, which represents an almost 80% increase since the same time last year.

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Planning Permission Granted For £150m West Bar Development Scheme

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The West Bar development in Sheffield has been granted full planning approval.

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Build-To-Rent Sector Sees Record Levels Of Investment

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The build-to-rent sector has seen record levels of growth over the past year, according to the Buy Association.

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Housing Stock In Decline Since January, Says Propertymark

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According to the latest figures from Propertymark, housing stock in the UK has been declining since January.

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Increase In Finance Options For SME Developers

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Lenders are increasingly offering development finance to small to medium firms (SMEs) in the residential property construction sector.

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Funding Secured For Sheffield Redevelopment Project

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The transformation of the former cutlery works in Sheffield has taken a step nearer fruition after the scheme’s developers secured £14 million of property development finance.

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New Manchester Development Highlights City Centre Fringe

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The development will cost £400 million and will feature nine different buildings, the tallest of which will rise to 34 storeys.

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How Important Is Your Credit Rating For Property Investment?

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The key to buying homes as an investment is being able to secure affordable property finance, which is likely to only be available to people with a high credit rating.

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London Saw Weakest First Quarter House Price Growth In UK

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London saw the weakest first-quarter growth across the UK, according to new data.

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Buyer Demand Increased By A Quarter After Budget Announcement

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Demand in the property market spiked by 24 per cent in the week following the Budget announcement.

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