F&P client BioDynamic UK has established an impressive new benchmark in the green energy sector. Their success in securing P2P funding for a new anaerobic digestion plant, having had loan applications rejected on 25 previous occasions, has shown the rest of the industry that funding is no longer a barrier to development and expansion.more >>>
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The UK needs to build 300,000 dwellings a year to plug a massive shortfall. In his article in Bridging & Commercial, Tom Belger asked Ivor Freedman of F&P for his thoughts on funding this challenge, particularly as Funding Circle have withdrawn from the property market.more >>>
F&P client 3DD Entertainment have had the spotlight turned on themselves in a special news feature in Credit Management Magazine. The title, published by the Chartered Institute of Credit Management (CICM), is delivered to 8,000 of its members. The article examines the way 3DD used peer-to-peer funding to make more programmes, more quickly.more >>>
The F&P contingent have returned from MIPIM buoyed by the incredibly positive reception they received in Cannes. Ivor Freedman met with many developers and property professionals including Hiten Shah, Principal of Jenga plc (pictured right), and reports further keen interest regarding a diverse range of projects.more >>>
With Spring now on the horizon, you may be looking forward to a classic picnic in the English countryside? If so, you could be washing your Cumberland sausage, Melton Mowbray pork pie or Cornish pasty down with a glass of Digby English sparkling wine – or English Fizz.more >>>
Stephen Beech of Beech Holdings has won the prestigious EN Property Entrepreneur of the Year Award.
Speaking of the support his business has received from F&P, Stephen said “The relationship we have with F&P has been invaluable to the development of the business to date. We are a fast growing organisation which is acquiring and developing city centre accommodation, so having funders who understand our business and react quickly is essential”.more >>>