Mills Hill Craft Beer
James was approached by a couple looking to leave their corporate life to run their own business, follow their passion and raise their young family around their work
Having located an abandoned newsagent, bridging finance was used to acquire the property while planning was approved to turn the property into a craft beer public house and residential dwelling.
Once the work was undertaken and completed, the finance was converted onto a term loan facility over a period of time to suit the client.
A great example of how outside the box thinking can help a client when the High Street Banks weren’t interested.
Cheeky Monkeys Day Nursery
An established children’s day nursery based in Warwickshire needed to expand into a second premises and decided that a freehold property would add security and value to the business.
Having found a residential property, a bridging loan was agreed to purchase the property quickly while additional funding was sourced for the development work to bring the property to the standard required.
Once completed, the debt was refinanced onto a long term loan funded exclusively by the trading business.
Proprietor Gemma Melling says ‘Amazing service and always very thorough and helpful. Helped us on a number of projects over the years and always been supportive and on hand when needed. Very speedy and works hard to explore the market and find the right deal for you