First Site Acquisitions by Mid-Market Rent Investment Fund

PfP Capital, the mid-market rent housing fund set up last year by Places for People and the Scottish Government, has acquired two development sites in Scotland to deliver much needed affordable homes. Multi-million mid-market rent investment in East and West Scotland The first site, a £7.3 million development, was purchased in Paisley in partnership with …

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Multi-Million Pound Investment in Scottish Mid-Market

Places for People have secured a Scottish Government loan funding of £47.5 million for their proposal to deliver 1,000 new mid-market rent homes throughout Scotland. Places for People have set up a residential real estate fund, PfP Capital, with the aim of supporting people on low and modest incomes in accessing high quality accommodation at …

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New Mid Market Homes Key Part of £250m Glasgow Sighthill Regeneration

Sighthill Transformational Regeneration Area (TRA) in Glasgow is the biggest project of its kind in the UK outside of London. The plan worth £250m is now moving forward with a provision of over 800 new homes (including mid market), retail units and commercial development that will complete the regeneration of the area over the next …

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Paving the Way for New Mid Market Homes in Leith

Link Housing Association is to deliver 199 new homes to meet a mid market renting profile. The new development has been designed by 7N Architects and will be erected on brownfield land at Salamander Place. Located between Leith Links and the docks the new homes will be built in partnership with Cruden Homes and the …

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Edinburgh Council to Regenerate North Sighthill

City of Edinburgh Council signed a multimillion contract with a Doncaster based community regeneration and housebuilding company, Keepmoat, to revamp North Sighthill. The £35 million regeneration project will see 316 new houses and flats built on the grounds of what once was the Edinburgh’s West landmark – Sighthill high rise blocks. The three towers were …

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Mid Market Housing Coming to Edinburgh

Port of Leith Housing Association (POLHA) is planning to deliver over 480 new homes, including mid market housing, to Leith and North Edinburgh by 2020. To make this possible, POLHA has secured a unique deal which combines a £10m revolving credit facility (RCF) with Bank of Scotland and a £35m private placement (PP) with Canada …

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