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City property space utilising flexible property development funding

Whether you are carrying out the renovation of a Grade I listed site, or planning a mixed use scheme in a city centre, we can get you the development finance to see your project through to profitability.

Development finance is tailored towards your specific property plans so if your scheme has the potential then depending on your circumstances, you may qualify for flexible funding to make your vision a reality.

Flexible funding that fits your individual needs

We have helped our clients gain funding for a diverse range of schemes, at varying stages, so whether you are looking for the acquisition of a site, to secure planning permission or to start building from the ground up, our finance solutions can probably help.

At Access Commercial Finance Limited, we have developed property ourselves – thriving leisure venues in formerly derelict buildings and successful residential schemes – so we know about the challenges that you are likely to face along the way. This experience gives us the insight to put together a bespoke finance package that will really work for you and your development.

If your plans have potential, we can help you unlock it

We excel at finding funding for ‘difficult’ schemes whether it’s because you are operating in an unpopular or shunned industry, you are coming up against planning objections or your site is sensitive because of historic constraints. Basically if we can see the potential in your project, we will harness our contacts and experience to find the funding to make it work.

We have access to lenders who offer up to 100% property development finance, which is often released in stages and will be secured against your development. As both a broker and a lender, we have access to a very wide range of funding options, and we will keep looking for the best fit for your development needs – often after other financiers have given up.  If you are a limited company we can also consider financing your development ourselves.

Building the foundations of your success

A good tailored, finance package that fits in with your plans is usually the foundation that a successful commercial development is built upon – it’s estimated that about half of the commercial property sector is financed through borrowed funds at any one time.

Development finance is bespoke, flexible borrowing for more complex property developments. It is a good option for experienced developers who need a package that works with their plans. Some of the solutions we have arranged include:

  • Development finance for mixed-use schemes
  • Development finance for leisure venues
  • Development finance for retail developments

Think carefully before secure your loan against property, your property may be at risk if you fail to maintain payments.

Call us today on 03330 069 141 to find out if we can provide the mezzanine funding that could unlock the potential in your property plans.

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