The Collective have received planning consent from Wandsworth Council for its 292-room Garratt Mills scheme in Earlsfield, West London. Reditum Capital are working closely with The Collective to finance this project so this is exciting progress to have made.
Having witnessed the success of The Collective’s Old Oak scheme in West London and the forthcoming opening of Canary Wharf, there is huge potential for this development in the thriving area of Earlsfield. Reditum Capital now look forward to strengthening the relationship with ...
Mark Stephen, director and founder of Reditum Capital, recently spoke to Property Funds World reporter Emily Perryman to discuss investment opportunities within real estate debt for increased security and higher yields.
Read the full article here.
Having now completed two co-living deals with The Collective, this is a very exciting sector for Reditum Capital. We're now looking at two further transactions and are constantly seeking new opportunities in this area.
Read Mark Stephen's exclusive interview with Development Finance Today here.
The Collective is an exciting initiative which is made up of a number of co-living buildings. Co-living is an innovative form of living which applies the concept of house sharing across many tenants within one single building. This makes the space being used highly efficient and offers tenants a range of communal amenities as well as private space comparable to that of a typical house share, whilst maintaining the privacy associated with a studio apartment. The Collective is regarded as the number 1 operator in ...
To address the shortfall in residential housing, the government changed the law on permitted development rights in 20131. The new legislation allowed developers to convert office space to residential use without needing full planning permission. While investing in a completely new housing development carries an element of risk – particularly if the market is stagnant and it’s difficult to attract buyers – if a solid commercial building already exists, the risks are lower and a conversion is more attractive to financiers ...
When the value of the pound depreciated by 10% in the immediate aftermath of the UK’s vote to leave the European Union, it shouldn’t have come as a surprise that foreign investors would continue their love affair with investment in prime London property.
Qatar has invested around £30bn into London, making the country by far the most dominant force when it comes to foreign purchases. Qatar have invested in key London attractions such as the Olympic village, The Shard, Chelsea Barracks and ...
The Reditum Capital team headed over to the Royal Lancaster Hotel on Monday 16th October to celebrate the Well Child Awards 2017, hosted by WellChild in association with long-standing partners, GSK.
We got involved and sponsored the 2017 Inspirational Young Person 15-17 yrs Award and had a table at the event where a group of us, as well as a number of people we do great business with, attended.
It was a spectacular night where businesses, some famous faces (including WellChild patron Prince Harry) and some ...
Housing in the UK has become increasingly unaffordable. With property prices almost eight times household income levels across England and Wales, home ownership has fallen for the first time since census records began.
Last year, Chancellor Philip Hammond declared that the government would set aside £3.7bn to address the UK's housing crisis, with the promise of building an additional 140,000 homes for sale or rent by 2020.
This sentiment was backed by the Conservative government's White Paper which denoted the housing crisis as ...
Between January and March this year, almost £5bn worth of central London commercial property transactions took place, according to CBRE. This marked the biggest quarterly total since late 2014.
Despite a year of Brexit unease and a shock, snap election and the even more unexpected result of a hung parliament, London commercial property remains a central focus for investment.
Read more of Reditum Capital's insight on Bridging and Commercial, here
Financial Reporter spoke to Mark Stephen, founder of Reditum Capital, about the reasons behind the bridging boom and how affordability continues to affect the UK mortgage market.
The biggest issue facing mortgage finance in the UK continues to be LTV restrictions and affordability tests, not mortgage rates themselves.
Read Mark's interview in full here