URBAN EXPOSURE FINANCES WELWYN GARDEN CITY DEVELOPMENT

Urban Exposure Limited announces that it will provide senior debt financing to assist with the development of the former Shredded Wheat factory in Welwyn Garden City. Last year, Urban Exposure financed the original purchase of the entire site from Tesco. The supermarket group was granted planning across the entire site for 850 dwellings, potentially including ...

LOOK AHEAD 2018: UK housing presents a clear opportunity for lenders

Randeesh Sandhu, Urban Exposure’s CEO outlines why he has a positive outlook for residential development finance in an article for Real Estate Capital News, and considers how developers and lenders should contribute to tackling the UK’s housing shortage in 2018: “Weakness across real estate markets during 2017 has fuelled concerns that the UK’s property sector is heading ...

Urban Exposure launches London Plan Housing Manifesto

Urban Exposure announces the launch of a series of policy proposals to help boost the housing market in London. The proposals together form Urban Exposure’s London Plan Housing Manifesto, which the group has been discussing with local policy makers in the run up to and since the announcement of the Draft London Plan on 29th ...

Commenting ahead of today’s Autumn Budget announcement

Urban Exposure CEO, Randeesh Sandhu, commenting on today’s Autumn Budget:  Reports we’ve heard ahead of today’s Budget announcement are very encouraging. The Government at long last appears to be taking some serious steps towards alleviating the UK’s housing crisis by focusing on key supply issues that has held the sector back. We have long been advocating ...

Urban Exposure launches Housing Manifesto for the West Midlands

Leading UK residential financier, Urban Exposure today announces the launch of a series of policy proposals to help boost the housing market in the West Midlands. The proposals together form Urban Exposure’s Housing Manifesto for the West Midlands, which the group has begun discussing with local policy makers this week. Earlier this year Urban Exposure ...

Cyclical trends give us reasons to be cheerful

Property Week Insight 20 October 2017 | By Akhil Patel Weakness in the UK property market in 2017 has led some in the industry to wonder whether it is heading towards another collapse of the sort seen during the global financial crisis. Should they be worried? Quite the opposite. My research shows unequivocally that the ...

Karen and Trev going the extra mile for children’s food and education

Karen Dunstan, our General Counsel and Trevor DaCosta our Finance Director are taking part in the Royal Parks Half Marathon on 8th October 2017 to raise money for The Akshaya Patra Foundation, our corporate charity. We would really appreciate your support: Please donate! As well as fundraising for this event, Urban Exposure is assisting Akshaya ...

Urban Exposure launches London Plan Housing Manifesto

Urban Exposure announces the launch of a series of policy proposals to help boost the housing market in London. The proposals together form Urban Exposure’s London Plan Housing Manifesto, which the group has begun discussing with local policy makers ahead of the launch of the London Strategy on housing due at the end of the ...

Nationwide House Price Data: Return of positive house price growth

Sundeep Lakhtaria, Partner at Urban Exposure comments today on the Nationwide House Price data release: “The return of house price growth in the Nationwide index puts the weaker data we have seen in the last few months into question and suggests that the market is not in peril.  “Taking just last week as an example, ...

Queens Speech disappointing from property perspective

Randeesh Sandhu, CEO comments on today’s Queens speech: “Almost two weeks on from the dawn of an unexpected hung Parliament, we are still not much clearer on the political landscape at Westminster or the impact this will have on the UK economy. Nonetheless, today’s Queen’s Speech shows how the minority Government’s policy agenda has been ...