Cowgills secures funding for Ramsbottom housing scheme

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Woodhill Farm
Woodhill Farm

Cowgills Property Finance has secured £3.39m funding from Assetz Capital on behalf of D T Joseph Developments to deliver sixteen new family homes in Ramsbottom with LDS guaranteeing sales.

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Commenting on the deal for the homes which are being built at Spring Meadow off Whalley Road, David Rainford of Cowgills Property Finance said: “We have worked closely with the D T Joseph team over the past couple of years, initially assisting them with funding for the site purchase.

“We have been able to support and advise them through the changing funding market which was of course heavily affected by COVID and to help them secure a 12 month interest-free funding deal. Together with underwriting from LDS it will enable them to deliver these much needed family homes for the local market.”

The scheme on Spring Street in Ramsbottom, (formerly Woodhill Farm), consists of sixteen three and four bedroom properties. Construction is now underway and early reservations are being taken with the opportunity to personalise the specification.

Daniel Lloyd from D T Joseph said: “The last 12 months has been challenging for all of us and construction is no exception. However, at D T Joseph, alongside Cowgills, LDS and the various other professionals we have worked hard to get this funding in place following numerous delays outside of our control. With sales off-plan already taking place we are now looking forward to delivering these high-quality and efficient family homes for the people of Ramsbottom and anyone looking to move in to the area.”

Cowgills Property Finance is currently working with a number of North West based SME developers across a range of housing and apartments schemes with a combined GDV of over £80m.

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